Updated 19 March 2023: The Scottish Government is carrying out an Independent Review of Qualifications and Assessments, led by Professor Louise Hayward.
Independent Review of Qualifications and Assessments
Qualifications and Assessment review
The Qualifications and Assessment Review brings together ideas to modernise Scottish qualifications and assessments. This means that the new qualifications and assessments will be inclusive of all learners, while meeting the needs of employers, colleges and universities, and Scottish society.
Education – qualifications and assessment review: consultation
Phase One looked the vision and principles, and Phase Two explored options for a new approach to qualifications and assessment in Scotland.
In support of Phase Three a potential new model for qualifications and assessment in Scotland has been developed – the Scottish Diploma of Achievement.
Live online discussion 29 March
As part of the review process the National Parent Forum of Scotland (NPFS) and Connect are the gathering views of parents and carers.
Connect will be hosting a live online discussion for parents and carers with Professor Hayward on the new qualifications model.
- Date: Wednesday 29 March 2023
- Time: 7.30 – 9 pm
Places are free, but booking is essential.
Reforming Scottish Qualifications Parent/Carer Survey Launches
Connect and National Parent Forum Scotland have also published a survey for parents and carers to gather views on the proposed Model for Qualifications and Assessment.
The Independent Review of Qualifications and Assessment: Phase Three Parent/Carer Survey
The survey is open until early April 2023.
Latest news from Connect
The March newsletter from Connect is also now available.