Scotland’s Curriculum

The Curriculum Reform subgroup is one of the four workstreams within the Scottish Government’s Anti-Racism in Education Programme. This subgroup is leading work to embed anti-racism across the curriculum at local and national levels.

Scotland’s Curriculum covers all aspects of the life of the school and the experience of learners. It is designed to be ‘a coherent, flexible and enriched curriculum that is adaptable and responsive to the diverse needs of individual learners and which reflects the uniqueness of their communities’. (Scotland’s Curriculum)

It is important that all children and young people are represented, see themselves in the curriculum and recognise that it is relevant to them.

Click here to go to the Anti-Racist Curriculum Principles 

Click here to go to a Curriculum which Reflects Diversity

Click here to go to the Curriculum Areas