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  1. Skills for Learning, Life and Work • Alita Spink • Education Support Officer • Angus Council

  2. Skills for Learning, Life and Work • “Scotland’s greatest asset is our people……….. Investing in our people’s skills, ensuring that skills contribute as much as possible to sustainable economic growth, is central to unlocking our potential” • Fiona Hyslop, September 2007 • Ministerial foreword to Skills for Scotland

  3. Skills for Learning, Life and Work • We are “preparing young people for jobs that don’t yet exist ……. using technologies that have not yet been invented …….. in order to solve problems that we don’t know are problems yet” • The pace of change is exponential

  4. Skills for Learning, Life and Work Curriculum for Excellence • Skills for learning, life and work: a Curriculum for Excellence entitlement (Building the Curriculum 3, June 2008) • Building the Curriculum 4 (Oct 2009) • More Choices, More Chances (Scottish Executive, 2006)and 16+ Learning Choices: Policy and Practice Framework (Scottish Government 2010) • Key messages: • Need for shared understanding and language • Progression within and across the curriculum • Partnerships are key (add value and relevance) • Planning, assessing, profiling achievement

  5. Curriculum for Excellence challenges • Establish the ‘common language and so developing a common understanding’ across partnerships and in a variety of contexts • Provide support/guidance on • planning progression with breadth and coherence • personalisation and choice • assessment • profiling progress and achievement • informing and engaging with partners to add value

  6. BtC 5A Framework for Assessment • The background to BtC5 • Assessment is for Learning • Angus Council Assessment Guidelines • The Journey to Excellence • Building the Curriculum 1,2,3,4

  7. Education Business Partnerships in Angus Secondary Schools • Supporting development of skills for life, skills for work • Engaging employers • Broadening the reach of Determined to Succeed • Embedding enterprise in the curriculum • Building capacity • Enhancing our international profile