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What do teachers in Scotland/Wales use to level children?

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rollonthesummer Mon 09-Feb-15 22:59:35

Do you have levels like in England -well, the old system of 1c/1b/1a etc or do you use something else?

Just curious?!

And do you have to be able to speak welsh to teach in Wales?

Are things better elsewhere??!

TheTroubleWithAngels Tue 10-Feb-15 10:52:49

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rollonthesummer Tue 10-Feb-15 10:59:54

Hmm-interesting.

So if you say that one of your children in p2 or p3 is secure in this objective -how do you show progression if the same objective is also a second level outcome and they will be working on second level outcomes until they are in p7 (or thereabouts?)

TheTroubleWithAngels Tue 10-Feb-15 11:07:54

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rollonthesummer Tue 10-Feb-15 11:38:01

Is there talk of things becoming more like England or not?

Is your pay linked to progress?

stargirl1701 Tue 10-Feb-15 11:41:35

No, no talk of following England. Pay is still linked to length of service not performance. No SATS either. No external testing until 16 years old.

rollonthesummer Tue 10-Feb-15 11:48:44

Hmmm-that sounds lovely! What about book scrutinies, observations, triangulation etc

Could I teach in Scotland with a PGCE-I wouldn't need additional qualifications? Are teachers happy in general? Are there jobs?!!

stargirl1701 Tue 10-Feb-15 11:53:31

It's difficult to move from England to Scotland. We do 4 year degrees then a teaching qualification or a 4 year teaching qualification. You have to satisfy the GTC and you will probably be asked to do a probationary year - at a probationer's salary!

TheTroubleWithAngels Tue 10-Feb-15 13:35:21

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