Curriculum for Excellence

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Outdoor Learning: Practical guidance, ideas and support for teachers and practitioners in Scotland

Outdoor Learning: Practical guidance, ideas and support for teachers and practitioners in Scotland

This document provides new materials and resources to support the embedding of Curriculum for Excellence through outdoor learning.

Guiding principles

A summary of the key ideas which can help practitioners achieve effective and meaningful interdisciplinary learning.

Make your own materials

Make your own materials

Templates to support you in creating or customising materials for communicating with parents.

The big three essentials

The big three essentials

A look at the importance of literacy, numeracy and health and wellbeing as building blocks for lifelong learning.

Curriculum for Excellence – Supporting the Early Level

Curriculum for Excellence – Supporting the Early Level

Details of a new multimedia resource to help practitioners to review the background to Curriculum for Excellence, reflect on why it is time for change and investigate what the values, purposes and principles are.

Eight features of effective planning

Eight features of effective planning

Three participants from 2009's National Early Years Local Authority Forum look at how local authorities can help practitioners preparing to implement Curriculum for Excellence.

Making Curriculum for Excellence happen in Early Years

Making Curriculum for Excellence happen in Early Years

Tim Wallace, Professional Adviser, Scottish Government, shares his views on the next stages to deliver Curriculum for Excellence.

The HMIE perspective

The HMIE perspective

Kate Cherry, HM Assistant Chief Inspector at HMIE, provides a progress report on Curriculum for Excellence within Early Years settings.

Curriculum for Excellence - A Creative Curriculum

Curriculum for Excellence - A Creative Curriculum

This very successful two day Curriculum for Excellence event was held on Friday 24 and Saturday 25 April 2009 in the Crawfurd Complex, University of Strathclyde.

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