CurriculumThe Primary Curriculum (1999) is presented in seven curriculum areas. It is a rich resource and can be used by teachers to broadenand generalise schemes of work. Whole School Plan on Curriculum Areas:Literacy, Oral Language and Communication, Reading & WritingNumeracySocial, Personal Health Education (S.P.H.E)/ Relationships and Sexuality Education - R.S.E- currently being reviewed and updatedVisual ArtsPhysical Education (P.E.)Other curriculum areas are being revised and developed.In developing a suitable curriculum for our school, teachers follow the Guidelines for Teachers of Students with Moderate Learning Disabilities. Where appropriate, the Guidelines for Teachers of Students with Severe and Profound Learning Disabilities are incorporated into lesson plans.Guidelines for teachers of students with moderate learning disabilities: Primary TitleCommunication and LanguageDramaMathematicsMusicPhysical EducationSESE: HistorySESE: GeographySESE: ScienceSocial, Personal and Health EducationVisual ArtsGuidelines for teachers of students with severe and profound learning disabilities: Primary TitleCommunication and LanguageDramaMathematicsMusicPhysical EducationSESE: HistorySESE: GeographySESE: ScienceSocial, Personal and Health EducationVisual ArtsPupils of post primary age are engaging with the recently developed Junior Certificate Level 2 Learning Programmes (L2LPs) designed for students who have general learning disabilities in the higher functioning moderate category. This is year one of implementing this syllabus in the school.Senior pupils are working towards certification in ASDAN.