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The agreed aim of every teacher in St Blane’s school is:
“To strive to develop the child academically, physically, socially and spiritually so that he or she will live a full and enriched life in society.”
This is achieved through a well-balanced and broad curriculum and the school is committed to implementing the developments within the Scottish Office Education Departments recent guidelines. This is known as the Curriculum for Excellence as it strives to create:
Successful Learners, Confident Individuals, Responsible Citizens and Effective Contributors.
The curriculum is divided into eight areas:
LANGUAGE  Reading, Writing, Listening & Talking, Modern Languages
MATHEMATICS  Problem Solving, Number Work, Measurement, Money, Shape and Information Handling
SOCIAL STUDIES  Peoples in Place, Past and Environment
SCIENCES   Science
TECHNOLOGIES   Developing technological skills including ICT
EXPRESSIVE ARTS  Design & Art, Drama, Music and Dance
HEALTH & WELLBEING   Health Education, Physical Education
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION – CATHOLIC SCHOOLS  Christianity, Other World Religions

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