The Highland Literacy Progression – Steps to Success

For Early Level visit the:
Early Level Literacy Progression (August 2018)

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Steps to Success – The Highland Literacy Progression is available to download by clicking the image above.

CLICK HERE for a PowerPoint which can be used to introduce the progression to staff.

The aims of the Progression are to:

  • enhance planning and assessment, using skills, knowledge and understanding to scaffold success criteria within lessons
  • provide staff with a framework to promote progression in learning and teaching
  • enable Sharing Standards within schools and across ASGs.

The document is structured using each of the Literacy and English organisers which correlate as the Significant Aspects of Learning. These are then sub-divided further using the CfE Experiences and Outcomes. The document details the learner’s progression within and through each of the Levels.

This will continue to be a work in progress, and we appreciate any feedback that you have whilst using the document to support planning and assessment.

Thank you to all of the practitioners and schools who supported the development of the Progression.

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