Recognising achievement, reporting and profiling

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This section aims to bring together the range of material to support practitioners in developing their understanding of recognising achievement, profiling and reporting in the context of Curriculum for Excellence (CfE). It includes:

  • presentations on key messages in recognising achievement, profiling and reporting
  • a range of support materials on recognising achievement, profiling and reporting
  • recent NAR exemplars
  • links to pertinent guidance materials from Education Scotland
  • direct links to Glow 'Watch Again' videos of related Glow Meets
  • support and findings from research relating to recognising achievement, profiling and reporting

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Recognising achievement

Gaining recognition for their achievements and the skills for learning, skills for life and skills for work that are developed through them, benefits all young people. Find out more in this section.

Profiling

Resources to support the delivery and development of profiling 3-18, which is integral to the overall Curriculum for Excellence aims of raising attainment, reducing the achievement gap and preparing for the future.

Reporting

This guidance explains that reporting provides clear, positive and constructive feedback on learning and progress to parents and learners, and creates an agenda for discussions about next steps in learning.

Key messages

Find core documents and support materials that focus on the purpose, process and importance of recognising achievement, profiling and reporting in Curriculum for Excellence.

Guidance papers

This section gives access to those CfE Briefing papers that relate to recognising achievement, profiling and reporting.

NAR exemplars

This section contains recent NAR projects which focus on profiling.

Research and international perspectives

Research from home and abroad on recognising achievement, profiling and reporting.

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