Rights and inclusion evaluation tool

Published 21/07/2022.  Last updated 05/06/2024
sourceSelf-evaluation groupsAdditional Support Needs (ASN) categoryCurriculum for Excellence (CfE) categoryInclusion Wellbeing and Equality categoryChildren's rights

Scotland's education system is based on children's rights and inclusion for all students. This ensures that every child and young person receives the support they need to benefit fully from the opportunities provided by the Curriculum for Excellence. Scotland's curriculum encompasses everything planned for children and young people, from early learning and childcare through to school and beyond.

This resource assists staff in early years, schools, and local authorities. It encourages reflection, incorporation, and implementation of the recommendations from the the Review of the additional support for learning implementation (gov.scot), and The Promise (gov.scot).

Four overlapping themes offer a practical approach for staff to consider in their planning and self-evaluation processes. These are:

  • rights and equalities
  • relationships
  • wellbeing and care
  • inclusion

The Rights, Reviews, Promises and Inclusion self evaluation template (Word) can be used as a reflective tool to identify current work and plan future improvements.

Rights and inclusion evaluation tool

Published 21/07/2022.  Last updated 05/06/2024
sourceSelf-evaluation groupsAdditional Support Needs (ASN) categoryCurriculum for Excellence (CfE) categoryInclusion Wellbeing and Equality categoryChildren's rights

Scotland's education system is based on children's rights and inclusion for all students. This ensures that every child and young person receives the support they need to benefit fully from the opportunities provided by the Curriculum for Excellence. Scotland's curriculum encompasses everything planned for children and young people, from early learning and childcare through to school and beyond.

This resource assists staff in early years, schools, and local authorities. It encourages reflection, incorporation, and implementation of the recommendations from the the Review of the additional support for learning implementation (gov.scot), and The Promise (gov.scot).

Four overlapping themes offer a practical approach for staff to consider in their planning and self-evaluation processes. These are:

  • rights and equalities
  • relationships
  • wellbeing and care
  • inclusion

The Rights, Reviews, Promises and Inclusion self evaluation template (Word) can be used as a reflective tool to identify current work and plan future improvements.