Putting CLD into CfE: A training resource supporting community learning and development with delivery of Curriculum for Excellence
A range of partners have shared resources to create these materials which have been developed so practitioners and managers can use them to explore Curriculum for Excellence with their own staff and volunteers. This resource may be useful for those working in CLD or using a CLD approach in their work. This could include:
- local authority CLD
- third sector organisations
- health improvement.
Curriculum for Excellence aims to achieve a transformation in education in Scotland by providing a coherent, more flexible and enriched curriculum from 3 to 18.
The curriculum includes the totality of experiences which are planned for children and young people through their education, wherever they are being educated.
Learning begins at birth and continues throughout our lives. Scottish Government education strategy, and the curriculum frameworks that deliver it, recognise that learning is lifelong, and are designed to help learners develop the skills they need for learning, life and work.
This series of interactive training activities will help you explore the links between CLD and Curriculum for Excellence, including:
- the four capacities
- the seven principles for curriculum design
- skills for learning, life and work
- responsibility of all
- experiences and outcomes
- broad general education / senior phase
- How Good is Our Community Learning and Development 2?
Download the resource
The full resource is available to download below. Individual activities and handouts can be downloaded from the relevant pages.Word file: Putting CLD into CfE: A training resource supporting community learning and development with delivery of Curriculum for Excellence (632 KB)