Essential Reading

Recommendation 16 states:
"that schools provide all young people with flexible opportunities and encouragement to study more than one modern language to the level of a National Qualification Unit or course in the senior phase..." Language Learning in Scotland: A 1+2 approach

Following a series of conversation days, Education Scotland have grouped together a number of case studies, identifying the key features common to departments where languages are flourishing beyond the Broad General Education. These case studies highlight a variety of approaches to encourage uptake in the senior phase.

Access these case studies on the Education Scotland website.

To access all documents, recommendations and resources relating to the 1+2 policy, visit the 1+2 section of the SCILT website.

For further support for planning in Senior Phase, visit Essentials for planning in the Senior Phase.

  • Essential reading
  • Primary
  • BGE
  • Senior Phase
  • ADES summits

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