Support materials produced over the last year to support Curriculum for Excellence and further support materials and events planned for this year.
This downloadable list is updated quarterly with the most up to date details available from the pages below.PDF file: Published and planned support for Curriculum for Excellence - August 2012 (321 KB)
The inspiration and power of the arts play a vital role in enhancing creative talent and developing artistic skills.
Health and wellbeing develops the knowledge, understanding and skills young people need now and in the future.
Knowing other languages and understanding other cultures is key to living and working in a global society.
Mathematics help us interpret and analyse information, simplify and solve problems, assess risk and make informed decisions.
RME explores a range of world religions, and supports the development of beliefs and values.
Science and its practical application in healthcare and industry is central to our economic future and our health and wellbeing.
Social studies develops an understanding of the world by learning about other people, societies, their beliefs and values.
The range of subjects in technical education now includes craft, design, engineering and graphics.
Gathering and evaluating evidence of learning enables staff to check on progress and support further learning.
Creativity is the process of making connections, building original things of value, and using imagination to explore new possibilities.
Citizenship means playing a full part in society politically, socially, economically, environmentally and culturally.
Outdoor learning offers an engaging, practical and memorable way to deliver Curriculum for Excellence.
Skills for learning equip young people to be successful, lifelong learners.
Helping young people understand the forces and events which have shaped our national identity.
Schools can develop positive partnerships with parents by involving them in their children's education and learning.
Tailored learning support for children, young people and adult learners to help them develop to their full potential.