This programme was developed by Education Scotland to give children and young people an increasing say in their education and their schools.
There are eight curriculum areas, containing a range of subjects.Find information on what your child will learn in each curriculum area and what skills they should develop
Find out about the different opportunities available to your child as they prepare to leave school.
Find out about approaches to assessment, achievement (including reporting and profiles) and qualifications.
The senior phase of the curriculum covers the later years in secondary education from S4-S6 (from around ages 15-18).
Information about the scheme to support skills development and helping young people aged 3-18 prepare for the world of work.
A simple introduction to Curriculum for Excellence, with links to further information.
Information for parents and carers about the National Improvement Framework for Scottish education, which was announced by the First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, on 1st September 2015
The Scottish Attainment Challenge was launched by the First Minister in February 2015 and aims to ensure that all children and young people in Scotland develop the knowledge and skills they need to flourish in life, learning and work.
Brief guide to the five curriculum levels which range from the early level of the broad general education to the senior phase.
Information for parents and carers about frameworks and guidance which underpin children's early education. From age three, your child is likely to be working at the early level of Curriculum for Excellence.
An introduction to the broad general education - this stage starts in the first years of a child's education and continues until S3 in secondary school.