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Curriculum for Wales 2022

We have a new curriculum coming to every school in Wales in 2022. Learn all about the new curriculum on this page. Ysgol Penmachno is busy preparing, planning and co-working and constructing a new Curriculum for the School and with Dyffryn Conwy Cluster Schools. The Welsh Government states; “The new curriculum will have more emphasis on equipping young people for life. It will build their ability to learn new skills and apply their subject knowledge more positively and creatively. As the world changes, they will be more able to adapt positively. They will also get a deep understanding of how to thrive in an increasingly digital world. A new digital competence framework is now introducing digital skills across the curriculum, preparing them for the opportunitues and risks that an online world presents. Meanwhile teachers will have more freedom to teach in ways they feel will have the best outcomes for their learners. The central focus of assessments arrangements will be to ensure how they are performing and what they need to do next. There will a renewed emphasis on assessment for learning as an essential and integral feature of learning and teaching.” The new curriculum has 6 Areas of Learning and Experience: Expressive arts Health and well-being Humanities (including Religious Education) Languages, literacy and communication Mathamatics and numeracy Science and technology Language, Numeracy and Digital Competence skills will be taught across all areas of learning and experience. The 4 purposes of the Curriculum The purpose of the new curriculum is to support the children to be: 1. Ambitios, capable learners. 2. Enterprising, creative contributors. 3. Ethical, informed citizens. 4. Healthy, confident individuals.
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Curriculum

for Wales

2022

We have a new curriculum coming to every school in Wales in 2022. Learn all about the new curriculum on this page. Ysgol Penmachno is busy preparing, planning and co-working and constructing a new Curriculum for the School and with Dyffryn Conwy Cluster Schools. The Welsh Government states; “The new curriculum will have more emphasis on equipping young people for life. It will build their ability to learn new skills and apply their subject knowledge more positively and creatively. As the world changes, they will be more able to adapt positively. They will also get a deep understanding of how to thrive in an increasingly digital world. A new digital competence framework is now introducing digital skills across the curriculum, preparing them for the opportunitues and risks that an online world presents. Meanwhile teachers will have more freedom to teach in ways they feel will have the best outcomes for their learners. The central focus of assessments arrangements will be to ensure how they are performing and what they need to do next. There will a renewed emphasis on assessment for learning as an essential and integral feature of learning and teaching.” The new curriculum has 6 Areas of Learning and Experience: Expressive arts Health and well-being Humanities (including Religious Education) Languages, literacy and communication Mathamatics and numeracy Science and technology Language, Numeracy and Digital Competence skills will be taught across all areas of learning and experience. The 4 purposes of the Curriculum The purpose of the new curriculum is to support the children to be: 1. Ambitios, capable learners. 2. Enterprising, creative contributors. 3. Ethical, informed citizens. 4. Healthy, confident individuals.

Contact

Us

Ysgol Penmachno,

Penmachno,

Betws-y-Coed

Conwy

LL24 0PT

01690 760394

pennaeth@penmachno.conwy.sch.uk

@Ysgolpenmachno

Ysgol Penmachno © 2021

Website designed and maintained by H G Web Designs

Download A new Curriculum in Wales
Download CFW Instructions for Parents and Pupils