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Anyone using Dimensions Creative Curriculum or Creative Learning Journey?

Discussion in 'Primary' started by NicoleK, Dec 2, 2009.

  1. NicoleK

    NicoleK New commenter

    If so, what do you think of it. Would you recommend it at all?
    I have looked at their websites but would appreciate some first-hand impressions.


     
  2. NicoleK

    NicoleK New commenter

    If so, what do you think of it. Would you recommend it at all?
    I have looked at their websites but would appreciate some first-hand impressions.


     
  3. We've got creative learning journey. I use it because I have to. Personally I think once you've bought the skills books you don't need anything else. You really don't have to use the wheels etc. (we do) it's just another way of putting things into a medium term plan. It does allow you to be creative, but I feel we could have achieved it without the scheme.
     
  4. swish1

    swish1 New commenter

    We have been using Dimensions Curriculum for a few years now and could definitely not have developed such a vibrant curriculum for our kids without it. It gave us a clear direction, with more focused learning and has definitely made a big contribution to improved standards.
     

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