Curriculum for Excellence
Learning doesn’t just take place at school; it starts from the moment we are born and continues throughout our life journey. Learning is therefore lifelong. It is important that everyone has access to the skills and knowledge that will help us to learn and grow in both our life and work experiences.
Curriculum for excellence Scotland introduced in 2010, aims to provide ‘A coherent, more flexible and enriched curriculum from 3 to 18. The curriculum includes the totality of experiences which are planned for children and young people through their education, wherever they are being educated’.
The national curriculum for England has also been revised and is due to be taught in all maintained primary and secondary schools from September 2014.
At Five Areas Ltd, we too recognise and fully support the importance of lifelong learning and being a major UK and overseas healthcare and education resource provider, we have developed an exciting range of resources that fit with the criteria for Curriculum for excellence for younger people. Our main expertise lies within the wellbeing area, namely Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and our range of resources have a strong evidence based content, which has shown to increase personal learner growth/experiences and resiliency life skills.
If you are working with younger people and would like to learn more about our Living Life to The Full ‘We Eat Elephants’ course for primary aged children, then please continue to look through our site for more info or you can contact us directly with your specific enquiry at firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope you find our site a useful resource in your support for younger learners.