Publication - Research and analysis

1+2 language learning survey: report

Published: 23 Mar 2020
Directorate:
Learning Directorate
Part of:
Children and families, Education, Research
ISBN:
9781839606267

Findings from the 2019 survey of local authorities regarding progress with implementation of the 1+2 approach to language learning in Scottish schools.

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Contents
1+2 language learning survey: report
11. Languages in the Senior Phase (Mainstream Schools)

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11. Languages in the Senior Phase (Mainstream Schools)

Languages available in the senior phase

Languages provided in the senior phase, 2018-19

Languages provided in the senior phase, 2018-19

Note: This data contains double counting of some schools. This data did not go through the same validation process as the percentage of secondary schools providing the full L2 entitlement.

Of the languages taught in the senior phase, French is the most widely taught, followed by Spanish and German, and then Italian, Mandarin, Gaelic (Learners) and Urdu.

Other languages include Polish, Latin, Japanese, Russian, and community languages that have been reported in the survey results as 'mother tongues'.


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