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Scottish Baccalaureate Qualification Written Answer, 28/01/15 [S]

Written answer given in response to Liz Smith's (Con) question asking the Scottish Government what progress the SQA has made on the development of the Scottish Baccalaureate qualification.

The Minister for Learning, Science and Scotland's Languages, Alasdair Allan replied, the Scottish Baccalaureate is fully developed and was first made available to centres on 1 August 2009 in the disciplines of science and languages. The range of Scottish Baccalaureate disciplines was expanded on 1 August 2012 to include expressive arts and social sciences.

Education Scotland is providing support materials for all courses included with the Scottish Baccalaureate.

For the full answer to this and other questions see the Scottish Parliament Written Answer Report 28 January 2015 which is available from the Scottish Parliament website.

Further Information

Scottish Parliament Written Answer Report 28 January 2015