Union chiefs have launched a new survey to gather "firm evidence" of concerns about curriculum reforms.

The Educational Institute of Scotland (EIS) is seeking the views of nursery and primary teachers regarding the implementation of the Curriculum for Excellence (CfE).

EIS general secretary Larry Flanagan said the survey would "measure precisely what, and how much, still has to be done" to deliver the teaching shake-up.

It comes after the teaching union carried out a similar survey in secondary schools and further education colleges.

Mr Flanagan said: "Feedback from EIS members across Scotland has suggested a high degree of concern amongst teachers on the level of resources provided to support CfE."

He said the EIS would use the survey information to "press for any identified additional resources" from councils and the Scottish Government.