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Learning and teaching in the first two years of the Scottish secondary school
HM Inspectors of Schools (Scotland)
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Inspectorate of Schools.; Great Britain. Scottish Education Department.]. Children in Scotland complete seven years of primary school, starting in P1 (the equivalent of Reception classes in England), going up to P7 (the equivalent of Year 7 in England). After this, they do six years of secondary school from S1 to S6 (equivalent to Y8 to Y13 in England).
Secondary schools in Scotland are also known as high schools or. Scottish studies awards and resources. The SQA website has information on the Scots Language Award.
Scots can also form a part of the Scottish Studies Award. Scottish Book Trust reading lists. The Scottish Book Trust has some age-appropriate suggestions for Scots books in their book lists: Scots Language books () Scots Language books ().
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