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  • 1.
    • How will we prepare our learners, 3-18, for the world of the 21 st century?
  • 2. What are we trying to achieve? How to organise learning? How well are we achieving our aim?
  • 3. What are we trying to achieve? How to organise learning? How well are we achieving our aim?
  • 4. Improvement Planning & Self Evaluation Attainment, achievement & overall standards Behaviour, attendance & staying on rates Active participation in society & work Healthy lifestyle choices Inclusion To secure improved…
  • 5. Improvement Planning & Self Evaluation Attainment, achievement & overall standards Behaviour, attendance & staying on rates Active participation in society & work Healthy lifestyle choices Inclusion To secure improved… What are we trying to achieve? How to organise learning? How well are we achieving our aim?
  • 6. Vision All Scotland’s children need to be: nurtured, safe, active, healthy, achieving, included, respected and responsible.
  • 7. Improvement Planning & Self Evaluation Attainment, achievement & overall standards Behaviour, attendance & staying on rates Active participation in society & work Healthy lifestyle choices Inclusion To secure improved… Vision All Scotland’s children need to be: nurtured, safe, active, healthy, achieving, included, respected and responsible. What are we trying to achieve? How to organise learning? How well are we achieving our aim?
  • 8. Values Wisdom Justice Compassion Integrity
  • 9. Values Wisdom Justice Compassion Integrity Improvement Planning & Self Evaluation Attainment, achievement & overall standards Behaviour, attendance & staying on rates Active participation in society & work Healthy lifestyle choices Inclusion To secure improved… Vision All Scotland’s children need to be: nurtured, safe, active, healthy, achieving, included, respected and responsible. What are we trying to achieve? How to organise learning? How well are we achieving our aim?
  • 10. Capacities Successful Learners Confident Individuals Responsible Citizens Effective Contributors
  • 11. Values Wisdom Justice Compassion Integrity Improvement Planning & Self Evaluation Attainment, achievement & overall standards Behaviour, attendance & staying on rates Active participation in society & work Healthy lifestyle choices Inclusion To secure improved… Vision All Scotland’s children need to be: nurtured, safe, active, healthy, achieving, included, respected and responsible. Capacities Successful Learners Confident Individuals Responsible Citizens Effective Contributors What are we trying to achieve? How to organise learning? How well are we achieving our aim?
  • 12. Seven Principles Challenge & Enjoyment Breadth Progression Depth Personalisation & Choice Coherence Relevance
  • 13. Values Wisdom Justice Compassion Integrity Improvement Planning & Self Evaluation Attainment, achievement & overall standards Behaviour, attendance & staying on rates Active participation in society & work Healthy lifestyle choices Inclusion To secure improved… Vision All Scotland’s children need to be: nurtured, safe, active, healthy, achieving, included, respected and responsible. Capacities Successful Learners Confident Individuals Responsible Citizens Effective Contributors Seven Principles Challenge & Enjoyment Breadth Progression Depth Personalisation & Choice Coherence Relevance What are we trying to achieve? How to organise learning? How well are we achieving our aim?
  • 14. Focus for Learning Functional Skills: Literacy, Numeracy, ICT plus Personal, Learning and Thinking Skills Application of knowledge in different contexts to develop an understanding of the big ideas that shape the world Personal Development Attitudes and Dispositions: determined, resilient, adaptable, life long learner To be To know and understand To do Developing individuals
  • 15. Values Wisdom Justice Compassion Integrity Improvement Planning & Self Evaluation Attainment, achievement & overall standards Behaviour, attendance & staying on rates Active participation in society & work Healthy lifestyle choices Inclusion To secure improved… Vision All Scotland’s children need to be: nurtured, safe, active, healthy, achieving, included, respected and responsible. Capacities Successful Learners Confident Individuals Responsible Citizens Effective Contributors Seven Principles Challenge & Enjoyment Breadth Progression Depth Personalisation & Choice Coherence Relevance Focus for Learning Functional Skills: Literacy, Numeracy, ICT plus Personal, Learning and Thinking Skills Application of knowledge in different contexts to develop an understanding of the big ideas that shape the world Personal Development Attitudes and Dispositions: determined, resilient, adaptable, life long learner To be To know and understand To do Developing individuals What are we trying to achieve? How to organise learning? How well are we achieving our aim?
  • 16. Learning through The ethos and life of the school Curriculum areas & subjects Interdisciplinary projects Opportunities for Personal achievement The curriculum as the entire planned learning experience
  • 17. Values Wisdom Justice Compassion Integrity Improvement Planning & Self Evaluation Attainment, achievement & overall standards Behaviour, attendance & staying on rates Active participation in society & work Healthy lifestyle choices Inclusion To secure improved… Vision All Scotland’s children need to be: nurtured, safe, active, healthy, achieving, included, respected and responsible. Capacities Successful Learners Confident Individuals Responsible Citizens Effective Contributors Seven Principles Challenge & Enjoyment Breadth Progression Depth Personalisation & Choice Coherence Relevance To be To know and understand To do Developing individuals Learning through The ethos and life of the school Curriculum areas & subjects Interdisciplinary projects Opportunities for personal achievement The curriculum as the entire planned learning experience What are we trying to achieve? How to organise learning? How well are we achieving our aim? Focus for Learning Functional Skills: Literacy, Numeracy, ICT plus Personal, Learning and Thinking Skills Application of knowledge in different contexts to develop an understanding of the big ideas that shape the world Personal Development Attitudes and Dispositions: determined, resilient, adaptable, life long learner
  • 18. Pedagogy The range of Learning & Teaching methodologies required to develop the values, capacities and principles of Curriculum for Excellence, through: focused learning & teaching, active learning, independent/collaborative learning, learning how to learn, investigating, exploring, purposeful & spontaneous play, the community, personalisation & choice, relevant contexts connected to life and work.
  • 19. Values Wisdom Justice Compassion Integrity Improvement Planning & Self Evaluation Attainment, achievement & overall standards Behaviour, attendance & staying on rates Active participation in society & work Healthy lifestyle choices Inclusion To secure improved… Vision All Scotland’s children need to be: nurtured, safe, active, healthy, achieving, included, respected and responsible. Capacities Successful Learners Confident Individuals Responsible Citizens Effective Contributors Seven Principles Challenge & Enjoyment Breadth Progression Depth Personalisation & Choice Coherence Relevance To be To know and understand To do Developing individuals Learning through The ethos and life of the school Curriculum areas & subjects Interdisciplinary projects Opportunities for personal achievement The curriculum as the entire planned learning experience What are we trying to achieve? How to organise learning? How well are we achieving our aim? Pedagogy The range of Learning & Teaching methodologies required to develop the values, capacities and principles of Curriculum for Excellence, through: focused learning & teaching, active learning, independent/collaborative learning, learning how to learn, investigating, exploring, purposeful & spontaneous play, the community, personalisation & choice, relevant contexts connected to life and work. Focus for Learning Functional Skills: Literacy, Numeracy, ICT plus Personal, Learning and Thinking Skills Application of knowledge in different contexts to develop an understanding of the big ideas that shape the world Personal Development Attitudes and Dispositions: determined, resilient, adaptable, life long learner
  • 20. Permeating Themes Citizenship Enterprise Creativity Sustainable Development
  • 21. Values Wisdom Justice Compassion Integrity Improvement Planning & Self Evaluation Attainment, achievement & overall standards Behaviour, attendance & staying on rates Active participation in society & work Healthy lifestyle choices Inclusion To secure improved… Vision All Scotland’s children need to be: nurtured, safe, active, healthy, achieving, included, respected and responsible. Capacities Successful Learners Confident Individuals Responsible Citizens Effective Contributors Seven Principles Challenge & Enjoyment Breadth Progression Depth Personalisation & Choice Coherence Relevance To be To know and understand To do Developing individuals Learning through The ethos and life of the school Curriculum areas & subjects Interdisciplinary projects Opportunities for personal achievement The curriculum as the entire planned learning experience What are we trying to achieve? How to organise learning? How well are we achieving our aim? Pedagogy The range of Learning & Teaching methodologies required to develop the values, capacities and principles of Curriculum for Excellence, through: focused learning & teaching, active learning, independent/collaborative learning, learning how to learn, investigating, exploring, purposeful & spontaneous play, the community, personalisation & choice, relevant contexts connected to life and work. Permeating Themes Citizenship Enterprise Creativity Sustainable Development Focus for Learning Functional Skills: Literacy, Numeracy, ICT plus Personal, Learning and Thinking Skills Application of knowledge in different contexts to develop an understanding of the big ideas that shape the world Personal Development Attitudes and Dispositions: determined, resilient, adaptable, life long learner
  • 22. Skills for Life Literacy, Numeracy & Aspects of Health & Wellbeing – the responsibility of all teachers
  • 23. Values Wisdom Justice Compassion Integrity Improvement Planning & Self Evaluation Attainment, achievement & overall standards Behaviour, attendance & staying on rates Active participation in society & work Healthy lifestyle choices Inclusion To secure improved… Vision All Scotland’s children need to be: nurtured, safe, active, healthy, achieving, included, respected and responsible. Capacities Successful Learners Confident Individuals Responsible Citizens Effective Contributors Seven Principles Challenge & Enjoyment Breadth Progression Depth Personalisation & Choice Coherence Relevance To be To know and understand To do Developing individuals Learning through The ethos and life of the school Curriculum areas & subjects Interdisciplinary projects Opportunities for personal achievement The curriculum as the entire planned learning experience Skills for Life Literacy, Numeracy & Aspects of Health & Wellbeing – the responsibility of all teachers What are we trying to achieve? How to organise learning? How well are we achieving our aim? Pedagogy The range of Learning & Teaching methodologies required to develop the values, capacities and principles of Curriculum for Excellence, through: focused learning & teaching, active learning, independent/collaborative learning, learning how to learn, investigating, exploring, purposeful & spontaneous play, the community, personalisation & choice, relevant contexts connected to life and work. Permeating Themes Citizenship Enterprise Creativity Sustainable Development Focus for Learning Functional Skills: Literacy, Numeracy, ICT plus Personal, Learning and Thinking Skills Application of knowledge in different contexts to develop an understanding of the big ideas that shape the world Personal Development Attitudes and Dispositions: determined, resilient, adaptable, life long learner
  • 24. As discrete subjects or within interdisciplinary projects and studies Health & Wellbeing Languages Mathematics Social Subjects Sciences Technologies Exp Arts RME Curriculum Areas
  • 25. As discrete subjects or within interdisciplinary projects and studies Values Wisdom Justice Compassion Integrity Improvement Planning & Self Evaluation Attainment, achievement & overall standards Behaviour, attendance & staying on rates Active participation in society & work Healthy lifestyle choices Inclusion To secure improved… Vision All Scotland’s children need to be: nurtured, safe, active, healthy, achieving, included, respected and responsible. Capacities Successful Learners Confident Individuals Responsible Citizens Effective Contributors Seven Principles Challenge & Enjoyment Breadth Progression Depth Personalisation & Choice Coherence Relevance To be To know and understand To do Developing individuals Learning through The ethos and life of the school Curriculum areas & subjects Interdisciplinary projects Opportunities for personal achievement The curriculum as the entire planned learning experience Skills for Life Literacy, Numeracy & Aspects of Health & Wellbeing – the responsibility of all teachers Curriculum Areas What are we trying to achieve? How to organise learning? How well are we achieving our aim? Health & Wellbeing Languages Mathematics Social Subjects Sciences Technologies Exp Arts RME Pedagogy The range of Learning & Teaching methodologies required to develop the values, capacities and principles of Curriculum for Excellence, through: focused learning & teaching, active learning, independent/collaborative learning, learning how to learn, investigating, exploring, purposeful & spontaneous play, the community, personalisation & choice, relevant contexts connected to life and work. Permeating Themes Citizenship Enterprise Creativity Sustainable Development Focus for Learning Functional Skills: Literacy, Numeracy, ICT plus Personal, Learning and Thinking Skills Application of knowledge in different contexts to develop an understanding of the big ideas that shape the world Personal Development Attitudes and Dispositions: determined, resilient, adaptable, life long learner
  • 26. Assessment as learning Assessment for learning Assessment of learning Assessment Assessment fit for purpose – to make learning and teaching more effective
  • 27. Values Wisdom Justice Compassion Integrity Improvement Planning & Self Evaluation Attainment, achievement & overall standards Behaviour, attendance & staying on rates Active participation in society & work Healthy lifestyle choices Inclusion To secure improved… Vision All Scotland’s children need to be: nurtured, safe, active, healthy, achieving, included, respected and responsible. Capacities Successful Learners Confident Individuals Responsible Citizens Effective Contributors Seven Principles Challenge & Enjoyment Breadth Progression Depth Personalisation & Choice Coherence Relevance Focus for Learning Functional Skills: Literacy, Numeracy, ICT plus Personal, Learning and Thinking Skills Application of knowledge in different contexts to develop an understanding of the big ideas that shape the world Personal Development Attitudes and Dispositions: determined, resilient, adaptable, life long learner To be To know and understand To do Developing individuals Learning through The ethos and life of the school Curriculum areas & subjects Interdisciplinary projects Opportunities for personal achievement The curriculum as the entire planned learning experience Pedagogy The range of Learning & Teaching methodologies required to develop the values, capacities and principles of Curriculum for Excellence, through: focused learning & teaching, active learning, independent/collaborative learning, learning how to learn, investigating, exploring, purposeful & spontaneous play, the community, personalisation & choice, relevant contexts connected to life and work. Permeating Themes Citizenship Enterprise Creativity Sustainable Development Skills for Life Literacy, Numeracy & Aspects of Health & Wellbeing – the responsibility of all teachers Assessment Assessment fit for purpose – to make learning and teaching more effective As discrete subjects or within interdisciplinary projects and studies Curriculum Areas Health & Wellbeing Languages Mathematics Social Subjects Sciences Technologies Exp Arts RME Health & Wellbeing Languages Mathematics Social Subjects Sciences Technologies Exp Arts RME What are we trying to achieve? How to organise learning? How well are we achieving our aim? Assessment as Learning Assessment For Learning Assessment Of Learning
  • 28. Assessment As Learning Assessment For Learning Assessment Of Learning Values Wisdom Justice Compassion Integrity Improvement Planning & Self Evaluation Attainment, achievement & overall standards Behaviour, attendance & staying on rates Active participation in society & work Healthy lifestyle choices Inclusion To secure improved… Vision All Scotland’s children need to be: nurtured, safe, active, healthy, achieving, included, respected and responsible. Capacities Successful Learners Confident Individuals Responsible Citizens Effective Contributors Seven Principles Challenge & Enjoyment Breadth Progression Depth Personalisation & Choice Coherence Relevance To be To know and understand To do Developing individuals Learning through The ethos and life of the school Curriculum areas & subjects Interdisciplinary projects Opportunities for personal achievement The curriculum as the entire planned learning experience Skills for Life Literacy, Numeracy & Aspects of Health & Wellbeing – the responsibility of all teachers Assessment Assessment as learning Assessment for learning Assessment Of learning Assessment fit for purpose – to make learning and teaching more effective As discrete subjects or within interdisciplinary projects and studies Curriculum Areas Health & Wellbeing Languages Mathematics Social Subjects Sciences Technologies Exp Arts RME Health & Wellbeing Languages Mathematics Social Subjects Sciences Technologies Exp Arts RME What are we trying to achieve? How to organise learning? How well are we achieving our aim? Pedagogy The range of Learning & Teaching methodologies required to develop the values, capacities and principles of Curriculum for Excellence, through: focused learning & teaching, active learning, independent/collaborative learning, learning how to learn, investigating, exploring, purposeful & spontaneous play, the community, personalisation & choice, relevant contexts connected to life and work. Permeating Themes Citizenship Enterprise Creativity Sustainable Development Focus for Learning Functional Skills: Literacy, Numeracy, ICT plus Personal, Learning and Thinking Skills Application of knowledge in different contexts to develop an understanding of the big ideas that shape the world Personal Development Attitudes and Dispositions: determined, resilient, adaptable, life long learner
  • 29.
    • When we journey to excellence, we build on our strengths.
    • Where are you on this journey?