National Framework for supporting learners

Supporting learners within the framework

A national framework for all practitioners and partners, in every setting, aiming to help in supporting learners from early years to positive, sustained destinations.

The publication ‘Supporting learners – from early years to positive, sustained destinations’ has been published by the Scottish Government and Learning and Teaching Scotland. It aims to support the planning, design and provision of universal and targeted support for all children and young people towards the delivery of the entitlement that:

Every child and young person is entitled to support to enable them to gain as much as possible from the opportunities which Curriculum for Excellence can provide.

This framework is for all practitioners and partners, in every setting. Although it focuses on children and young people aged 3-18 in line with Curriculum for Excellence, it also recognises the need for supporting learners from birth to 18+ and therefore aligns with the national frameworks currently in place for children’s and young people’s services in Scotland.

Supporting learners – from early years to positive, sustained destinations

This document summarises the entitlement to support, the universal and targeted aspects, with links to further information on the Supporting Learners website.

PDF File: Supporting learners – from early years to positive, sustained destinations (79 KB)

Supporting learners – legislation, policies, strategies and frameworks

PDF File: Supporting learners – Legislation, Policies, Strategies and Frameworks (62 KB)

This document provides an overview of the legislation, policies, frameworks and strategies relating to supporting learners, with links to associated websites.

source: LTScotland


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