“ Curriculum for Excellence allows for both professional autonomy and responsibility when planning an delivering the curriculum. . . The frame work provides flexibility ….Such flexibility will result in a more varied pattern of curriculum structures to reflect local needs and circumstances.”
Produce a high level plan/curriculum map i.e. what will early years to P7/S1 look like; P7) S1-S6 look like?
Choose your technical task
Describe what the area of your chosen task will/could look like in practice. Provide as much detail as possible, including timetabling, supporting features and practical considerations such as staffing
Explain your change model i.e. what would be done in the short/medium and long term? Who would be involved? Self-evaluation?
Describe the process – what did you do exactly? What questions did you need to ask yourself? What was useful and what was not?
Proof that non-prescriptive guidance leads to a variety of different approaches
Range of plans/models emerging
Those involved became ‘multipliers’
Better understanding that a framework for learning is more than timetabling
Some big questions/issues identified
CHILD HOME SCHOOL COMMUNITY CURRICULUM PASTORAL CARE METHODOLOGIES ETHOS CURRICULUM AREAS INTER- DISCIPLINARY LEARNING PERSONAL ACHIEVEMENT Coaching & mentoring Programmes of study Experiences & outcomes Critical skills Partnerships Collaborative learning & teaching Active learning AifL Transitions External partners Nurture groups Solution Oriented School Peer mediation Contexts For learning Transitions Interdisciplinary learning Church links Inter -agency working Collegiate working Professional Learning communities Working groups Health Enterprise Eco-schools Themes/ projects John Muir Award Residentials Choir Outfit Moray STEPS programme Lunch/after- school clubs ICT Fairtrade Core subjects Global links Citizenship Vision and Values at St. Sylvester's Primary School: A community who come together to learn and grow through inspirational teaching and learning working towards excellence. This is underpinned by our Christian/Catholic values of compassion, understanding, trust, respect and hope for a better future. Vision and Values at St. Sylvester's: Vision and Values at St. Sylvester's: Vision and Values at St. Sylvester's: