Route maps are a sequential list of the key guidelines, advice and support for qualifications at N4, N5 and Higher. They include important information about assessment, learning and teaching. These papers are for teachers and other staff who provide learning, teaching and support as learners work towards National 4, National 5 and Higher. The route maps for Gaelic (Learners) and Gàidhlig are available on the Education Scotland website.
The NPFS Annual Conference will be held on Saturday 4 October at Bishopbriggs Academy. It’s free to attend and all are welcome.
Sir Ian Wood, Chair of the Commission for Developing Scotland’s Young Workforce and Dr Alasdair Allan, Minister for Learning, Science and Scotland’s Languages, are the keynote speakers. There will be a Q&A session for delegates to put their questions about education to a panel featuring representatives from SQA, Education Scotland and others.
Education Scotland’s Learning Blog recent post: Building the Ambition
The National Practice Guidance on Early Learning and Childcare: Building the Ambition, supports Scottish Government’s ambitious and transformational expansion of early learning and childcare. The document aims to enthuse, guide and support the changes that will need to take place so that early learning and childcare are indivisible through the creation of a holistic and seamless learning journey from birth to starting school.