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Early yearshttps://education.gov.scot/parentzone/my-child/Early yearsEarly yearsThe first years of your child’s education – from birth to the start of primary school - are often called the 'early years'.http://authoring.education.gov.scot/_catalogs/masterpage/PZ_Auth_ContentPage.aspx, PZ Content Page
Primary schoolhttps://education.gov.scot/parentzone/my-child/Primary schoolPrimary schoolChildren in Scotland usually start primary school in the August term when they are aged between four-and-a-half and five-and-a-half years old. Your child will be at primary school for seven years before progressing to secondary school.http://authoring.education.gov.scot/_catalogs/masterpage/PZ_Auth_ContentPage.aspx, PZ Content Page
Secondary schoolhttps://education.gov.scot/parentzone/my-child/Secondary schoolSecondary schoolThe secondary school curriculum has two distinct phases: the broad general education (S1-S3) and the senior phase.http://authoring.education.gov.scot/_catalogs/masterpage/PZ_Auth_ContentPage.aspx, PZ Content Page
Internet safetyhttps://education.gov.scot/parentzone/my-child/Internet safetyInternet safetyThe information on this page will help you understand some of the issues about internet safety in more detail and also direct you to other sources of online information if you have further questions or concerns.http://authoring.education.gov.scot/_catalogs/masterpage/PZ_Auth_CategoryPage.aspx, PZ Category Page
Beyond schoolhttps://education.gov.scot/parentzone/my-child/Beyond schoolBeyond schoolEven though your child leaves school, it's important that their education continues to be designed and developed around them as an individual.http://authoring.education.gov.scot/_catalogs/masterpage/PZ_Auth_ContentPage.aspx, PZ Content Page
What is my child entitled to?https://education.gov.scot/parentzone/my-child/What is my child entitled to?What is my child entitled to?Both the 'Getting It Right For Every Child' approach and Scotland's 3-18 curriculum provide clear statements about the support and learning that your child is entitled to receive.http://authoring.education.gov.scot/_catalogs/masterpage/PZ_Auth_CategoryPage.aspx, PZ Category Page GP0|#ef0bcc3e-7cce-490e-849b-10df15d7a398;L0|#0ef0bcc3e-7cce-490e-849b-10df15d7a398|What is my child entitled to?;GTSet|#e300bc71-6335-4618-a176-0c7f5eca6420;GPP|#621d8f56-8d68-4394-9ef4-9c49d1566fd8;GPP|#c2a018e8-f604-43eb-b15a-3940008d4730
Transitionshttps://education.gov.scot/parentzone/my-child/TransitionsTransitionsTransitions are the moves that children and young people make from stage to stage. Find out how you can support your child and help transitions go smoothly.http://authoring.education.gov.scot/_catalogs/masterpage/PZ_Auth_CategoryPage.aspx, PZ Category Page GP0|#b0a52c4e-bca4-4cbe-b69f-fa42cd647595;L0|#0b0a52c4e-bca4-4cbe-b69f-fa42cd647595|Transitions;GTSet|#e300bc71-6335-4618-a176-0c7f5eca6420;GPP|#621d8f56-8d68-4394-9ef4-9c49d1566fd8;GPP|#c2a018e8-f604-43eb-b15a-3940008d4730

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