The experiences and outcomes describe the expectations for learning and progression in all areas of the curriculum. They are written at five levels, with progression to qualifications described under the senior phase.
The path most children and young people are expected to follow through the levels reflects the stages of maturation of children and young people and the changing ways in which they engage with learning as they develop.
Progression is indicated through curriculum levels. There are five defined stages of learning.
Guidance on the Scottish Government assessment strategy, reporting to parents, quality assurance and moderation.
Information on the current qualifications framework and on how Scotland's qualification system is changing.