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Neighbourhood review

​A neighbourhood model is a cross-sectoral approach involving a secondary school and its associated educational establishments and partners. This review does not focus on individual establishments but rather on what learning will look like for learners as they progress through their education. We tried out such a review in the week beginning 6 June 2016. The theme of this review was transition and we explored how well learners progressed in their learning as they move through their education. Inspectors did not make evaluations using the six-point scale outlined in any of the 'How good is our school?' series. 

PDF file: Review of arrangements for transitions in learning in the Kirriemuir neighbourhoods - Angus Council (24/01/17) (205 KB)

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