Pupils will be learning in each of the 8 Curriculum Areas
- Languages- English and a Modern Language
- Sciences – Integrated
- Social Studies – Geography, History, Modern Studies
- Technologies – CDT, Computing
- Expressive Arts – Art and Design, Music
- Health and Wellbeing – PSE and PE
- Religious and Moral Education
There will also be:
- Interdisciplinary learning opportunities
- An S1 Challenge day in May with a choice of themes
Opportunities for personal achievement
What are the Assessment Levels?
|Early||The pre-school years and P1 or later for some|
|First||To the end of P4, but earlier or later for some|
|Second||To the end of P7, but earlier or later for some|
|Third and Fourth||S1 to S3 but earlier for someThe fourth level broadly equates to SCQF level 4|
|Senior Phase||S4-S6 and college or other means of study|
How will pupils learn?
- Learning will be related to the Experiences and Outcomes at a particular Level within the Curriculum Areas
- Active learning: questioning, doing, thinking
- Assessment will support learning
- Progress within a Level will relate to:
- the breadth of learning a pupil has experienced
- whether the pupil can meet the challenge
- whether they can apply their learning into new contexts
How will you find out about progress?
- Through Progress Updates to parents/carers.
- In the S1 Homework Diary/Planner where pupils will record homework, set targets, review and plan learning
- The annual report
- S1 Parent’s Evening