Presentation on theme: "P3 Curriculum Evening. Curriculum for Excellence Year Plan Literacy Handwriting Spelling Reading Writing Numeracy Maths Learning Across."— Presentation transcript:
P3 Curriculum Evening
Curriculum for Excellence Year Plan Literacy Handwriting Spelling Reading Writing Numeracy Maths Learning Across the Curriculum Routines Expectations Good to be Green – High Expectations Parent Zone
The curriculum that we follow is curriculum for excellence. It runs from age Levels Early - Pre–school and P1 or later for some First - To end of P4 but earlier or later for some Second - To end of P7 but earlier or later for some 8 Curricular areas Numeracy and Maths, Literacy, Health and Wellbeing, Expressive Arts, Social Studies, Science, Technologies and Religious and Moral Education.
Numeracy and Maths (Differences) 3 Numeracy Lessons,1 Maths and 1 Problem Solving per week. Groups, rotations, games, mental maths activities.
HWB – Health Education, PE EA – Music, Drama, Art and Dance. SOC – People, Past Events and Societies i.e. Egyptians - People, Place and Environment i.e. Scotland/Malawi - People in Society, Economy and Business i.e. Christmas Enterprise TCH - Computer Technologies SCN - Forces, Electricity and Nature i.e. – The Body and Senses - Biological Systems i.e. – The Body and Senses RME - Christianity i.e – The Birth of Jesus as a Journey
Specialists – Art, Dance and PE. Can you please ensure all belongings are labelled. This includes jumpers, gym kits and gym rubbers. Money should always be sent in a labelled envelope. Any tuck shop money should come in a labelled purse or wallet. Water bottles should be filled with water only.
All children are expected to wear a jacket to school in the winter months. We actively encourage the school uniform and would appreciate your support in this. Earrings may be taped up or taken out for PE. Gym kits are to be kept in school from Monday to Friday. Ensure your child brings their reading folder to school every day.
We actively promote positive behaviour and set high expectations of all children throughout the school. This year we are reviewing our behaviour procedures. The positive approach benefits all learners and we constantly encourage good manners, politeness and a good attitude.