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How Mary Russell School in Paisley is developing its curriculum model for broad general education up to S3 and options in the senior phase to deliver interdisciplinary themes and prepare for the new National certification.
Published on 8 October 2012
These case studies from a variety of primary and secondary settings around Scotland, demonstrate evidence of progression in the development of skills for learning, life and work as outlined in Building the Curriculum 4.
Published on 23 August 2011
It's all in the Planning – a guide to planning learning, teaching, assessment and moderation within Curriculum for Excellence.
Published on 19 July 2011
This collaborative project involved the Primary 1, 2 and 3 classes and staff at Rhu Primary School, as well as parents and community partners.
Published on 4 March 2011
This example details how Law Primary School used the curriculum planning process, outlined on this website, to revise and change their curriculum structures.
Published on 15 February 2011
Morag McGinlay discusses how the skills contained within a Curriculum for Excellence experience and outcome can be teased out and followed through a line of development. She suggests a taxonomy based on Blooms Taxonomy to track skills progression.
Published on 3 February 2011
A series of conferences focusing on the theme of partnership working to support the implementation of 16+ Learning Choices for every young person in the senior phase from December 2010 onwards.
Published on 23 November 2010
The popular television programme ‘Crime Scene Investigation’ provided the context for Kersland’s whole school interdisciplinary learning approach. The children and young people took part in a roleplaying exercise over eight weeks and, by using and developing their knowledge and skills in science and expressive arts, worked collaboratively to solve crimes.
Published on 10 November 2010
As part of a whole school Global Citizenship initiative, P4 pupils at Benarty Primary School learned about the lives of children in Norway and Japan. They shared what they had learned with parents and the wider community.
Published on 9 November 2010
Opening up learning in all-through schools. Web resources arising from a joint HM Inspectorate of Education/Learning and Teaching Scotland development seminar in November 2009.
Published on 21 October 2010