St Andrew’s RC Secondary School in Glasgow has adopted an innovative approach to their senior phase curriculum design which includes an employability stand alongside a two year Higher and traditional pathway model from S4 to S6.
The following document and presentation sets out the importance of this particular design feature, the challenges the school faced and the lessons they are learning from the ongoing evaluations of their curriculum design. Evidence about success of the design focuses on improved outcomes for young people.
Also noteworthy is the radical curriculum design at Craigroyston Community High School which unapologetically focuses on learner destination only. More on this here, as well as in this presentation at the SFL 2017: Craigroyston CHS. There are also tangible links with the Scottish Attainment Challenge and PEF documented here.