A Curriculum for Excellence (CfE) is the curriculum for all learners in Scotland aged 3-18 which seeks to build:
Successful Learners, Confident Individuals, Effective Contributors, Responsible Citizens
BUILDING OUR CURRICULUM
“The curriculum must be inclusive, be a stimulus for personal achievement and, through broadening experience of the world, be an encouragement towards informed and responsible citizenship.” Building The Curriculum 3
INFORMATION FOR FAMILIES ON CfE:
There are eight curriculum areas [see links below]:
“The totality of all that is planned for children and young people throughout their education.”
The Parent Council Health and Wellbeing Group works closely with the school on matters concerning the emotional/ mental health and wellbeing of all pupils at Sciennes. The group is currently chaired by DHT Carolyn Anstruther and parent Fiona Denvir.
There are two parts to learning in Languages. The first is about the language your child needs to be fully involved in their society and in learning English. The second is learning additional languages.
Ms Alison Mackintosh is our Numeracy Co-ordinator. Numbers count!
Understanding our world
Mr Mark McKenna is a highly experienced Class Teacher who has been successfully leading weekly Science lessons with our P3-P7 pupils in our specially designed Science Lab for several years.
Our pupils learn through and about a range of technologies, including Digital Learning, Craft, Design, Engineering, Food and Textiles.
Art and Design, Music, Dance and Drama
Religious and moral education will allow your child to explore the world’s major religions as well as views that are non-religious.