Language enables children to engage emotionally, socially, cognitively, imaginatively and aesthetically in relationships and cultural experiences. It empowers children to develop their thinking, expression, reflection, critique and empathy, and it supports the development of self-efficacy, identity and full participation in society.” – NCCA, “Primary Language Curriculum”, p. 18.
Whole-School Plan A major problem for schools has been ensuring that individual teachers’ plans are aligned with the Whole-School Plan for each subject. The Primary Planning Tool promotes holistic planning by providing you with a school-wide planning feature which teachers can continually reference when creating both their Long-term Plans and Short-term Plans. The subject specific […]