"We don't even know what skills we have to teach"

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The General Secretary of the Scottish Secondary School Teachers Association (SSTA) says that teachers have not been given the information they need to teach a newly bought in curriculum.

Ann Ballinger, General Secretary of the Union for Secondary school teachers in Scotland told BBC Radio 5 live Breakfast: "we don't even know what skills we have to teach and that's what's worrying us".

The new 'Curriculum for Excellence' is already in place in Scottish primary schools.

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