Technologies

Within Curriculum for Excellence, the technologies curriculum area relates particularly to contexts that provide scope for developing technological skills, knowledge, understanding and attributes through creative, practical and work-related activities. For this reason, the framework provides experiences and outcomes which can be applied in business, computing science, food, textiles, craft, design, engineering, graphics and applied technologies.

Information communication technologies (ICT )is an integral part of the curriculum. Pupils learn specific ICT skills, but also use computers and other equipment as a normal part of classroom activity. In Daviot, we use digital equipment to research, catalogue and maintain systems. Pupils take an active part in all ICT activity.

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