This report is one of a series designed to gauge the impact of a changing curriculum on learners’ experiences and achievements. It adds to the good practice identified in the 2012 report and continues to highlight important areas for discussion and further development.
The report is intended to act as a hub for ongoing professional dialogue and development.
The summary document highlights what we do well and what we need to continue to improve in the sciences 3-18 in Scotland. It will help practitioners reflect on Scotland’s strong practice and engage in discussions on aspects for development.
There is a report summary for children and young people.
The good practice examples in the report are also available as a separate resource.
Full research articles
PDF file: Sciences 3-18 curriculum impact report (2013 update) (1.9 MB)
PDF file: Summary of key strengths and aspects for development – sciences 3-18 (284 KB)
PDF file: Summary for children and young people – sciences curriculum impact report (2013) (365 KB)
PDF file: Sciences 3-18 - good practice examples (378 KB)