Fife schools follow Curriculum for Excellence, a national framework which is providing our children with learning experiences and opportunities to prepare them for learning, life and work in a changing world.

Children learn actively in eight different curricular areas following a curriculum designed by each school to reflect their particular needs and circumstances.

All schools follow the same principles in designing the curriculum, aimed at ensuring that children have the experiences and opportunities to become Successful Learners, Confident Individuals, Effective Contributors & Responsible Citizens.

Literacy, numeracy and health and wellbeing skills are developed throughout the curriculum and children’s wider achievements are fully recognised and celebrated, reflecting the value given to wider learning and children’s experiences out of school.

Children are fully consulted throughout their learning and in decisions about what they learn and how they learn it.

Further information regarding Curriculum for Excellence can be found at Parentzone (

Please see our curriculum policies below.

Religious and moral education at Craigrothie Primary

RMEBenchmarksPDF RME curriculum

Religious Observance (Time for Reflection)

Provision of Religious Observance (Time for Reflection)

RME curriculum

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