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Working out: a report on work-related learning for Scottish secondary school pupils

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HM Inspectorate of Education (Scotland) (HMIE)
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Legacy
Keywords
  • Students
  • Technical & Vocational Education
Disciplines
  • Economics
  • Education

Abstract

Working Out: A report on work-related learning for Scottish secondary school pupils Developing to the full the skillsandattributes thatunderpin the four capacitieswill beessential toequippingouryoung people tomeet the challengesof the future. “ ” © Crown copyright 2009 ISBN: 978-0-7053-1165-6 HM Inspectorate of Education Denholm House Almondvale Business Park Almondvale Way Livingston EH54 6GA Tel: 01506 600 200 Fax: 01506 600 337 E-mail: [email protected] Produced by HMIE by RR Donnelley B61255 09-09 Published by HMIE, September 2009 This material may be copied without further permission by education authorities and education institutions in Scotland for use in self-evaluation and planning. The report may be produced in part, except for commercial purposes, or in connection with a prospectus or advertisement, provided that the source and date therefore are stated. a report onwork-related learning for scottish secondary schoolpupils working out Areport byHM Inspectors on emerging practice in work-related learning working out Areport byHM Inspectors on emerging practice in work-related learning 2_3 Contents Page Foreword 4 1. Introduction 6 2. The context and the vision 10 3. The sample of programmes 14 4. Outcomes and impact of work-related learning activities 20 5. Partnership working 30 6. Emerging issues 36 7. Recommendations for the way ahead 42 Appendix 1 Case studies 47 Appendix 2 Centres visited 56 Appendix 3 Policy context for work-related learning 59 Appendix 4 Reflective questions 62 working out Areport byHM Inspectors on emerging practice in work-related learning Foreword In Improving Scottish Education 2005–2008 (ISE), I referred to the vital role education must play in shaping our country’s future economic prosperity and the wellbeing of its population. Curriculum for Excellence and Skills for Scotland: A lifelong Skills Strategy should be key drivers in realising the full potential of education’s contribu

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