Review of the National Outcomes

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Closes 5 Jun 2023


1. How much would you say you know about Scotland’s National Performance Framework (NPF)?
2. Do the current set of National Outcomes fully describe the kind of Scotland you want to see?

More information on the National Outcomes

There are currently 11 National Outcomes. These are that people:

  • grow up loved, safe and respected so that they realise their full potential ('Children')
  • live in communities that are inclusive, empowered, resilient and safe ('Communities')
  • are creative and their vibrant and diverse cultures are expressed and enjoyed widely ('Culture')
  • have a globally competitive, entrepreneurial, inclusive and sustainable economy ('Economy')
  • are well educated, skilled and able to contribute to society ('Education')
  • value, enjoy, protect and enhance their environment ('Environment')
  • have thriving and innovative businesses, with quality jobs and fair work for everyone ('Business and Fair Work')
  • are healthy and active ('Health')
  • respect, protect and fulfil human rights and live free from discrimination ('Human Rights')
  • are open, connected and make a positive contribution internationally ('International')
  • tackle poverty by sharing opportunities, wealth and power more equally ('Poverty')
3. Does each individual National Outcome (set out below) describe the kind of Scotland you want to live in?
4. What, if anything, would you change about the National Outcomes?
5. Complete this sentence: “I would like to live in a Scotland that…”