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This document supports a strategic approach to the development of Curriculum for Excellence through Outdoor Learning.
There are materials available on language progression on Journey to Excellence. Children develop and extending Gàidhlig language skills in these examples.
Some innovative ways of teaching Scots vocabulary. Take familiar rhymes, songs and games and try them out in Scots.
Discover how some teachers are incorporating Scots language learning as part of their Active Schools programme.
- Posted on 13 January 2010.
- Tagged as active learning, songs, physical education, games, bodies, Thae Banes, Thae Banes, Those Bones, Those Bones, Cha Cha Slide, StaunUp, Sit Doon, Stand Up, Sit Down.
An initiative in the Scottish Borders is pioneering fresh approaches to active learning.
Sacred Heart Primary share their experiences of Curriculum for Excellence.
Dundee early years practitioners are blazing a trail with their innovative and pioneering use of Glow.
Bathgate Early Years Centre takes parental involvement one step further by launching Grandparent Day.
Tim Wallace, a Scottish Government Professional Advisor, provides an update on Building the Curriculum 3 and outlines future developments.