What is Wider Achievement?

In Braidhurst, all pupils have the opportunity to participate in a Wider Achievement course/pathway. Wider Achievement is an important aspect of the Curriculum for Excellence. It refers to learning opportunities beyond the classroom and curriculum subjects that give students the opportunity to develop important skills for learning, life and work. Skills such as leadership, planning, team work, problem solving, creative thinking, communication and decision making are important as students apply for training, college, university or jobs after leaving school.


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