There are several Curriculum for Excellence resources for parents, including videos and leaflets, covering the stages Early level, Primary and Secondary. Printed copies of the leaflets are also available.
Nursery children from Rothes Primary got their hands dirty learning outdoors. They worked as a group to grow tatties and learn how wiggly worms help the environment.
In Kinross P7 pupils visited Vane Farm Nature Reserve with children from their local secondary. They learnt about birds, made some drawings and sketches then turned these into cards, which were sold to raise money for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB).
The 'Kennel Club' project at Deans Community High School in Livingstone was an innovative way of bringing different curriculum areas under one roof.
(Series 1) Information on the background to Curriculum for Excellence and the benefits it brings to Scottish education.
A fact file which provides definitions and explanations for some of the terms that are used in Currriculum for Excellence.
(Series 1) This document answers questions from parents, employers and learners on assessment and qualifications and Curriculum for Excellence.
(Series 1) Information on how Curriculum for Excellence has affected education at secondary level.
(Series 2) This fact file provides information on Curriculum for Excellence and its focus on health and wellbeing.
(Series 2) This fact file examines how parents can become more involved in their child's education as part of Curriculm for Excellence.
(Series 2) This fact file looks at how Curriculum for Excellence provides support for learners, both on a day to day basis and at specific times or for specific needs.
(Series 3) This fact file gives information on what literacy skills are, and how they are being developed across the whole curriculum.
(Series 3) This fact file provides information on how we define numeracy today, and how it is being developed across the whole curriculum.
(Series 3) This fact file provides information on the transitions children and young people will face throughout their education and beyond, and how parents and carers can help them through these transitions.
This leaflet explains how Curriculum for Excellence and Community Learning and Development are working together to improve the life chances of all young people in Scotland.
(Series 3) This fact file gives information on all aspects of outdoor learning, including how parents can help their children get the most out of learning in the outdoors.
This Q and A document offers responses to some key issues around the implementation of Curriculum for Excellence.