Curriculum for Excellence - National qualifications

 

Background

On Tuesday 3 February we held an evidence session with the Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning. The focus of the meeting was the new Highers.

Oral evidence

The Committee has followed with interest the preparations for introducing the new National Qualifications and recently considered the first year's implementation of the N4 and N5 qualifications. 

The Committee took oral evidence at the following meetings:

25 February 2014 - to consider the preparations for introducing the qualifications

Watch the video of the evidence session

30 September 2014 - to consider the first year's implementation of the qualifications

Watch the video of the evidence session

7 October 2014 - to consider the first year's implementation of the qualifications with the Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning 

Watch the video of the evidence session

Watch the 'Highlights' video of the evidence session

3 February 2015 - to discuss the new Highers with education organisations followed by the Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning.

Watch the video of the evidence session

Read the Official Report of the above meetings

Ask the Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning

7 October 2014

Using Twitter and Facebook, we asked what one question would you like to ask the Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning?

Read about our Ask the Cabinet Secretary Session

The Cabinet Secretary responded to some questions that were sent in but were not asked at the Committee meeting.

3 February 2015

On Tuesday 3 February, the Committee held an evidence session on Curriculum for Excellence. The focus of the meeting was the new Highers.

We welcomed your questions for the Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning on the new Highers or other topical issues relating to the Curriculum for Excellence.  Thank you to all those who submitted a question.

The Cabinet Secretary responded to some questions that were sent in but were not asked at the Committee meeting.

 
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