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School Curriculum Info
Skills for Learning, Life and Work
We use 'Proud Clouds' to celebrate wider achievements in school but we have adapted these in session 2015-16 to encourage a more inclusive and focused approach. Pupils will be focusing on Skills for Learning, Life and Work this year. There are four categories for this so we have broken them down into the four terms:
Term One-Working Together (Click here to see examples of how they can earn a proud cloud)
Term Two-Enterprise (Click here to see examples of how they can earn a proud cloud)
Term Three-Problem Solving (Click here to see examples of how they earn a proud cloud)
Term Four-Leadership (Click here to see examples of how they earn a proud cloud)
Pupils will have an opportunity to suggest what each of the four areas mean to them and what they may look like in school and at home. These discussions will then form the basis of what Proud Clouds are rewarded for at each stage. Pupils will be able to earn a Bronze (5 house points), Silver (10 house points) or Gold (15 house points) Proud Cloud depending on the skill they have mastered. The whole school chart will be shared on the website when the classes have completed them so that parents can discuss them at home.
Please encourage your child to share skills they are developing out of school. We really enjoy hearing about them and they will be recorded at the back of the new Learning Journey Jotter.
It is a Scottish Government aim to make Modern languages a central part of children’s learning from P1 onwards. For more information, please click here
For advice on how to support your child with French at home, please click here
Please click here for a presentation on how to support at home
Please see videos below to help with basic vocabulary
For further information about 'Bounce Back' - our new Health and Wellbeing resource used help build resilience in our pupils - click here
Sexual Health and Relationships
For information on the language used at each stage, when teaching about Sexual Health and Relationships, please click here
As part of our committment to continuously raising attainment, we have introduced North Lanarkshire's 'Active Literacy' in Primary 1 in session 2014-15.
Active Literacy at Kinross
Active Literacy info for Parents