Curriculum for Excellence (CfE) Scotland
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Curriculum for Excellence Scotland
Capita’s Curriculum for Excellence (CfE) Scotland Conference, taking place in Edinburgh on 31st January 2013, provides you with the opportunity to join colleagues from the education sector and share innovative strategies which support pupils in achieving the four capacities of the CfE: becoming successful learners, confident learners, responsible citizens and effective contributors.
You will hear strategic and practical guidance on engaging pupils and developing partnerships with local agencies to deliver a coherent, more flexible and enriched curriculum. With a key criterion of the inspection framework focusing on effective implementation of the CfE, do not miss this opportunity to find out how you can excel in this area and evidence an impact on educational outcomes.
Best practice approaches to making increased use of the Experiences and Outcomes in curriculum planning, learning and teaching will be examined in streamed sessions designed specifically for primary and secondary school settings, including:
• Personalising the educational experience to support pupils in achieving their full potential
• Raising standards of literacy in primary and secondary schools
• Shaping the curriculum to aid the achievement of pupils with additional support needs
You will learn new ways of putting creative learning at the heart of the curriculum andraising levels of achievement for all pupils. Don't miss this opportunity to benefit from expert advice and guidance to prepare for the next stage of implementation in your local authority, school, college and community learning setting.
Contact: Richard Goddard - firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7960 7719