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Boroughmuir High School . Curriculum for Excellence Update Parent Council November 2011. Planning for CfE 2009-2010. Curricular Development Retain 28 Periods per week Additional teaching time to Maths (Numeracy) / English (Literacy)

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Boroughmuir high school

Boroughmuir High School

Curriculum for Excellence Update

Parent Council

November 2011


Planning for cfe 2009 2010
Planning for CfE 2009-2010

Curricular Development

Retain 28 Periods per week

Additional teaching time to Maths (Numeracy) / English (Literacy)

Additional teaching time to HE to address Health & Wellbeing

Rationalisation of teaching time in Music/CDT/Art in line with other non-core subjects

Appointment of whole school CfE Coordinators in Numeracy, Literacy & HWB

Department Representatives to lead developments in Numeracy, Literacy & HWB

S2 Personalisation & Choice – additional period for enhancement in either Music, CDT or Art


Planning for cfe 2009 20101
Planning for CfE 2009-2010

  • Departments audit S1/2 Programmes of Study against CfE Level 3 Experiences and Outcomes

  • Departments audit S1/2 Programmes of Study against CfE Numeracy, Literacy & HWB Experiences and Outcomes

  • Departments enhance Interdisciplinary opportunities

  • Learning & Teaching – development of Active Learning strategies eg. Higher Order Thinking Skills (Bloom’s) and Cooperative Learning

  • Recognition of attainment and achievement based on Four Capacities – use of Assemblies, School Website, Award Ceremonies


Implementation of cfe 2010
Implementation of CfE 2010 +

  • S1 CfE Level 3 Programme of Study in all Curricular Areas

  • S2 CfE Levels 3 & 4 Programme of Study in all Curricular Areas

  • Introduction of HWB Rota in S3/4

  • Assessment and Reporting using 5-14 Levels eg. Level D/E/F has ended

  • Pupils from age 3-14 now assessed using new CfE Levels

    • S1 – most pupils working at Level 3

    • S2 – pupils working at Levels 3 and 4

  • Standardised Testing (Reading and Maths) in P7 and S2


Implementation of cfe 20101
Implementation of CfE 2010 +

  • Reporting

    • CEC SEEMIS Reporting Format

    • Focus on how much and how well a pupil is learning

    • Emphasis on Formative Assessment

    • Is the pupil Developing, Consolidating or Secure in their learning?

  • Cluster Moderation in Literacy, Numeracy, HWB and Social Studies

  • Enhanced Cluster Activities to promote more seamless transitions eg. World of Work, Art/Literacy, Science

  • School Improvement Plan 2011-2014 Priorities:

    • Learning & Teaching

    • CfE

    • New School


Planning for the senior phase s3 s6
Planning for the Senior Phase (S3-S6)

  • Current system – pupils presently in S3+

    • S1/2 – broad, general curriculum @14 subjects

    • S3/4 – 8 Standard Grades and/or Int 1/2

    • S5 – 5 x Highers and/or Int 1/2

    • S6 – Advanced Highers, Highers, Int 2


Planning for the senior phase s3 s61
Planning for the Senior Phase (S3-S6)

  • Standard Grades and Intermediate 1/2 being replaced by new National Qualifications



Proposed senior phase model1
Proposed Senior Phase Model

Junior Phase

Allows Broad General Education S1 – 3 , Personalisation and choice and an enhanced S1-3 experience with academic rigour

  • S1 has 14 subjects (+Health and Well Being) offered at CfE levels 3/4

  • S2 has 14 subjects (+ 1 period of choice) offered at CfE levels 3/4

  • S3 has 8 subjects, by pupil choice, (3ppw), in a combination of CfE Level 3/4 with Nat 4/5 materials and coursework introduced as necessary

    Senior Phase

    Allows pupils to study up to 8 Nat 4/5/Access but with option of less and vocational alternatives

  • S4 continues with 8 subjects (3ppw) allowing time for enhancement within the NQ framework.

  • Some pupils will bypass Nat 5 exams and start on H at end S4

  • S5 allows up to 5 Higher /Nat 4,5/ access with vocational alternatives

  • S6 allows up to 5 AH/ H/Nat 4,5/ access with vocational alternatives


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