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Candidate entries for the Scottish Baccalaureates should be submitted to SQA by 9 November 2012
Please see our Autumn 2012 update communication which provides introduces new Exemplars and resources now available the website and important information about Approval and Entries.
There is also information about our forthcoming Support Event.
SQA has launched two new Scottish Baccalaureate qualifications in Expressive Arts and Social Science.
The new qualifications will be available to pupils and students in schools and colleges from August this year.
Some changes have been made to the Assessment Support Packs based on experience and feedback from the first two years of the Baccalaureates from practitioners and verifiers. This includes revisions to the templates for candidate evidence.
Eight Science Baccalaureate pupils at St Columba's School have been working all session on a group Interdisciplinary Project entitled 'A Healthy Heart, Physically and Emotionally'. Part of the project was to plan, organise and run a 'Healthy Heart Day' for pupils and staff at the school.
Candidates should be entered for both the Baccalaureate award and for the Interdisciplinary Project by 5th November 2010
Important information regarding delivering the Scottish Baccalaureates in Science and Languages Interdisciplinary Project.
Lorna Grant is the Baccalaureate Development Manager at SQA. A key part of Lorna's role is to provide support, guidance and advice to Scottish Baccalaureate centres, delivery/assessment partners and local authority contacts and to share examples of the excellent work being done in centres.
Case studies giving more information on partnerships between schools, universities, colleges and local authorities.
A key feature of the new Scottish Language and Scottish Science Baccalaureates has received an impressive tariff rating from UCAS, the organisation responsible for managing applications to higher education courses in the UK.
Baccalaureate Science pupils spend a day at the Glasgow Science Centre learning about Science Communication.
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