Curriculum for Excellence

There are Eight key learning outcome's in the curriculum which assist your child to become Successful Learners, Confident Individuals, Responsible Citizens and Effective Contributors.

Health and Well-Being

Learning in health and well-being ensures that young children and young people develop their knowledge and understanding skills, capabilities and attributes which they need for mental, emotional, social, and physical well being now and in the future.

Literacy and English

The development of literacy skills play an important role in all learning, to communicate, reflect and to engage with others. To explore the diversity of other languages and enrich my vocabulary through listening, talking, watching and reading.

Numeracy and Mathematics.

The learning of mathematics enables us to develop and establish numeracy skills which help me participate within society and live an independent life financially. To problem solve within a variety of context and to develop new ways of thinking.

Social Studies

The learning of social studies enables us to develop an understanding of history and culture, develop an understanding of the world around us and the issues we may face. This also allows us to develop our understanding of our own values, beliefs and cultures and those of others.

Technologies

The technology framework provides us with a range of different contexts for learning that will draw on important aspects of life and work. This may include practical and creative work relating to food, textiles, graphics and also in business.

Expressive Arts

This involves experiences in the arts involving creating, experimental and presenting. This enables us to recognise and nurture creative talents, develop skills and techniques aswell as developing opportunities to explore our culture and the wider world.

Sciences

This framework provides a range of different context for learning which will draw on important aspects of everyday life. Develop our curiosity and understanding of the environment and my place of living, enhance my skills for learning, life and work. This will also encourage us to recognise the impact sciences have on our life and the lives of others.

Religious and Moral Education

Learning through religious and moral education enables us to recognise religion as an important expression of human experiences, learn about the values and beliefs of others aswell as valuing and respecting diversity.

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