Curriculum Overviews

Curriculum Overview

 

The curriculum is the totality of experiences which are planned for children and young people throughout their education. It includes the ethos and life of the school as a community; curriculum areas and subjects;  interdisciplinary learning; and opportunities for personal achievement. The curriculum in Scottish schools is         Curriculum for Excellence.  There are eight areas: Mathematics, Language, Health and Well-being (including physical education), Expressive arts  (dance, drama, music and art and design), Social studies, Sciences, Religious and Moral Education and Technologies.

The purpose of the curriculum is to help children and young people to become:

-successful learners
-confident individuals
-responsible citizens and
-effective contributors.

The curriculum puts the child at the centre and describes the experiences and outcomes for learning and its progression.  It supports learners in developing their values and beliefs and enables them to:

-achieve the highest possible levels of literacy and numeracy and cognitive skills
-develop skills for life and work
-develop knowledge and understanding of society, the world and Scotland’s place in it
-experience challenge and success so that they can develop well-informed views and act responsibly. It will encourage them to adopt an active and healthy lifestyle.

The following files are the Curriculum Overviews for each class in the school. Please do take a look at the Curriculum Overviews for your child’s class and for other classes. If there are ways in which you can help us to deliver the curriculum in any of our classes then please do get in touch with the Head Teacher or Class Teachers

Curriculum Overview Sgoil Araich
Curriculum Overview EP1-2
Curriculum Overview GP1-2
Curriculum Overview EP3-4
Curriculum Overview GP3-4
Curriculum Overview EP5-6
Curriculum Overview GP5-7
Curriculum Overview EP6-7

Report a Glow concern  Cookie policy  Privacy policy

Glow Blogs uses cookies to enhance your experience on our service. By using this service or closing this message you consent to our use of those cookies. Please read our Cookie Policy.

Close