Curriculum for excellence levels consolidating
It is expected that by the end of Primary 7, most children who have been based in Gaelic Medium Primary Schools/classes should be achieving Second Level in reading, writing, and listening & talking in both Gàidhlig and English.It is also expected that most children who have been based in Gaelic Medium Primary Schools/classes should be achieving First Level by the end of Primary 4, and Second Level by the end of Primary 7, in numeracy.As a teacher I agree this is a confusing system that has been forced upon us and a lot of teachers are still not too sure what it means.There are rough guides out there as previous posts have said but these are not rules.The path most children and young people are expected to follow through the levels reflects the stages of maturation of children and young people and the changing ways in which they engage with learning as they develop.
I'm not sure at what stage you move from stage 1 to 2 though.
There are three groups within each level developing consolidating secure You have to have completed level one by the end of P4 with a secure.
So P5 - developing P6 - consolidating P7 - secure (all level 2) Unfortunately my daughter is consolidating for maths at the end of P4 so she is a year behind as she should be starting P5 with a secure.
they are simply recorded as being a pupil based in a special school/unit).
Therefore, it is not possible to calculate the percentage of children who have achieved the Cf E level relevant to their stage.