Welcome to NaCCA
The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) of Ghana is an independent statutory body committed to improving learning experiences and outcomes of all Ghanaian children and young people through world-class school curriculum, assessment, and reporting.
The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) was established following the 2007 reforms as an Advisory Board to the Curriculum Research and Development Division (CRDD) of the Ghana Education Service.
The CRDD was established on 1st September, 1967 at Saltpond and relocated to the Ministry of Education in the 1970s.
The present Governing Council of NaCCA was inaugurated on the 26th of July, 2017. The Governing Council has a Chair, Executive Secretary and 19 other members, representing the various interest groups in the education sector.
NaCCA in collaboration with GES organises training workshops for the implementation of the New Standard-Based Curriculum
What we stand for
To raise the quality of education at the pre-tertiary level, with emphasis on science and mathematics as fundamental building blocks for accelerated national development and to instill in young Ghanaians a heightened sense of cultural identity and nationalism.
Quality education for accelerated national development.
The core competencies for all subjects describe a body of skills that teachers at all levels should seek to develop in their learners. They are ways teachers and learners engage with the subject matter as they learn the subject.
The competencies presented here describe a connected body of core skills that are acquired throughout the processes of teaching and learning.
NaCCA has developed curriculum for Key Phase 1 (Foundation level comprising Kindergarten 1 & 2), Key Phase 2 (Lower Primary the level comprising B1 to B3), and Key Phase 3 (Upper Primary level of B4 to B6). Click on the button below
The Council is a representative structure, the membership of which is determined by the Education Act 2008 (ACT 778)
View NaCCA publications such as annual reports as well as selected reports relating to the development processes of the Ghanaian Curriculum and outcomes of the NationalExamination AssessmentUnitâ€“ Literacy and Numeracy (EGRA, EGMA and National Assessment Test). Major reports relating to the NEAU are published on the website. NaCCA is also responsible for producing a number of national educational measurements and reporting framework publications; these are available on the ‘Reporting’ pages of this site