Some weeks ago the Cabinet Secretary asked us for evidence of problems with the implementation of CfE. We responded by providing a catalogue of problems. It would appear that he has listened and some action has been taken.
Earlier this month the Cabinet Secretary instructed his officials to undertake a ‘deep audit' of readiness to implement the third year of CfE. The audit was his response to the evidence provided by teachers of the work required to prepare…
Four new CfE factfiles were published this week on the LTS main and Parentzone websites. Topics this time are literacy across learning; numeracy across learning; 3-18 transitions; and outdoor learning. http://www.LTScotland.org.uk/commstoolkit (under latest resources) http://www.LTScotland.org.uk/Parentzone (under News)
Dear Colleagues SQA have indicated that they will publish Course Rationale and Summary documents for National 4 and National 5 this morning (Monday 31.01.11). These draft documents will be made available on the SQA website (http://www.sqa.org.uk/curriculumforexcellence). There is a very…
Colleagues You may have noted from newspaper reports that the Scottish Government has threatened to remove the Association from the Management Board if we consult members on the implementation of Curriculum for Excellence. It has also been suggested that at…
Indicative Ballot on Industrial Action but not Strike Action: Closing Date 25 June 2010 The Association has had a series of meetings with the Cabinet Secretary over the last few months to explain our concerns over the implementation of Curriculum…
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