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Literacy and English 3-18 curriculum review (impact report)

Last updated:
7 February 2017


What is this?

​This report evaluates current practice in learning, teaching and achievement in literacy and English in early learning and childcare settings and schools in Scotland. It describes and evaluates current practice in learning, teaching and achievement in literacy and English and sets out key strengths and areas for improvement.

It includes examples of good practice and identifies an agenda for raising attainment, in support of the Scottish Government’s current priorities.

Who is this for?

​Early learning and childcare practitioners, primary and secondary practitioners, school leaders, local authorities

How to use this professional learning resource to improve practice

The resource is intended to be used as a reflective tool to help staff identify their own next steps in raising standards of literacy, reducing inequity and closing the attainment gap.

It aims to help practitioners use its findings to:

  • reflect on their own practice in literacy
  • consider how to enhance learners’ literacy skills to support their learning across the curriculum
  • share good practice in literacy across learning.

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PDF file: Literacy and English 3-18 curriculum review

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Tags:

Literacy; Self-evaluation and improvement; Leadership