Support for literacy skills in GME
How do I use this as part of self-evaluation and self-improvement?
The downloadable documents on this page may be used alongside the advice and frameworks resources listed below to enable practitioners to explore their practice as part of self‑evaluation leading to self‑improvement:
- Education Scotland Advice on Gaelic Education
- How good is our school? (fourth edition)
- How good is our early learning and childcare?
A few challenge questions are provided to facilitate this professional enquiry:
- How well is the curriculum developing young people’s skills in literacy through the medium of Gaelic across the four contexts of learning?
- How well are approaches to raising attainment improving outcomes for children and young people in Gaelic Medium Education (GME)?
- How well do we monitor and track progress in literacy through Gaelic across the curriculum?
- How well do we use evidence from attainment meetings, professional dialogue and assessments to measure progress over time and, in particular, at points of transition?
- How effective are our systems to remove barriers to learning and ensuring equity for all in GME?
- How well do we utilise accreditation where appropriate, to recognise the literacy skills of young people in GME?
This PowerPoint presentation summarises the main points of grammar in Gaelic.