Report of the Scottish Central Committee on Guidance to the Committee on Secondary Education.
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Published by Scottish Central Committee on Guidance, Scottish Curriculum Development Service in Glasgow (Jordanhill College of Education, Southbrae Drive, Glasgow G13 1PP) .
Written in English


  • School social work -- Scotland.,
  • Education, Secondary -- Scotland.

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Edition Notes

ContributionsGreat Britain. Committee on Secondary Education.
LC ClassificationsLB3013.4
The Physical Object
Pagination26p. ;
Number of Pages26
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21842574M

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Earlier research studies and secondary sources are discussed and analysed but the major part of the research is based on primary sources - reports, committee papers and a vast accumulation of material relating to guidance in Scottish schools previously uncollated and little used in any of the existing studies of : Arthur Naylor. The original Orange Paper on Guidance in Scottish Secondary Schools () stated explicitly that "several people may be involved in the guidance of an individual pupil but, for the pupil's sake, one of them should have the main responsibility". This report presents the findings from a study of ‘guidance’ in Scottish schools commissioned by the Scottish Executive Education Department. Information was gathered from 26 local authorities, 8 case study schools (3 primary, 4 secondary and 1 special school) and two Higher Education Institutions. In .   A central message of earlier guidelines issued to help Scottish schools develop pupil support was that guidance should be a whole school responsibility (Scottish Central Committee on Guidance, ). More recently, it has been suggested that the term ‘guidance’ no longer reflects the integrated pupil support provided by some schools.

Scottish Curriculum Development Service and Scottish Consultative Council on the Curriculum () ‘More than feelings of concern’: guidance and Scottish secondary schools. The report of the Scottish Central Committee on Guidance a position paper. [Dundee]: Scottish Consultative Council on . A number of things happened as a result of the Millar Report. In the Scottish Central Committee on Religious Education (SCCORE) was formed with the intention to advise teachers, authorities and probationers. SCCORE also sought to offer advice about approaches to the curriculum. The Council received reports from the Executive Committee had the power to make recommendations to the Executive Committee by majority vote. Until it met twice a year and at the spring meeting considered resolutions submitted for the AGM and advised the Executive Committee on which ones should be placed on the final agenda. Recognizing this, the CPC Central Committee and the State Council have formulated and issued a number of major policies and reform measures. In the CPC Central Committee Decisions on Education Reform was adopted and in the Outline of China’s Education .

[page 3] Maurice Shock, Esq., M.A., Chairman, Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals. Sir, We were appointed in April to promote and co-ordinate a series of efficiency studies of the management of universities and to report to your Committee and to the UGC on the results of the studies with such comments and recommendations as we consider appropriate. There is even guidance about parents and children’s rights when it comes to their education, term dates and and advice about how to obtain financial support. Top Performing Scottish Schools The Parentzone website enables parents to search for schools by area according to a number of factors including school name, funding type, school type. The report argued that Scottish education should be judged against European standards and not by those in the UK. It analysed in detail the strengths and weaknesses of Scottish education as it applied to those aged and its central recommendations were that the end-of-school examinations should be replaced by an academic Baccalaureate. • – The place and aims of modern language teaching in secondary schools – Published by the Scottish Central Committee on Modern Languages, this report considered the important relationship between language learning and and industry, the increased numbers of people travelling for pleasure, and the move towards European community.