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1.1 Achievement of Cf E Levels Return The data gathered in the Achievement of Curriculum for Excellence (Cf E) Levels Return relates to achievement in the Broad General Education (BGE) and is based on teacher professional judgements regarding pupil's achievement in literacy and numeracy against Cf E levels.

The data was provided to the Scottish Government by all 32 Local Authorities, as well as grant-aided schools.

They are defined in the Code of Practice for Official Statistics as: 'new Official Statistics undergoing evaluation that are published in order to involve users and stakeholders in their development as a means to build in quality at an early stage'.

Principle 4, Practice 5 of the Code instructs producers to release experimental statistics to achieve continuous improvement in statistical processes; Protocol 1, Practice 5 states that producers should 'involve users in the evaluation of experimental statistics'.

However, some establishments misunderstood the requirement and provided information for pupils which they record locally as being in P1, P4, P7 and S3.

Therefore, the information provided from standalone special schools/units has been inconsistent in this first year's data collection and the data requirements will be considered further for forthcoming collections.

Due to the lack of stage information, special schools/units were requested to provide information for all children based in these establishments (not just those pupils who were P1, P4, P7 or S3).

Some establishments did provide information for all children based in their establishment.

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.

Some children and young people will start learning at these levels earlier and others later, depending upon individual needs and aptitudes.

A very small proportion of children have long term significant and complex additional support needs that mean that it is unlikely that they will progress through the Cf E levels during their time in education.

These children are recorded as 'child following individual milestones' and are included in the data.

Children in Primary 1 Gaelic Medium Primary Schools will generally be immersed in developing their Gàidhlig reading, Gàidhlig writing, Gàidhlig listening & talking and numeracy skills in the medium of Gaelic.

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