Edited on June 8th 2013: Please note that the Grade 4 scales have been corrected. The older version included D major rather than E major - a rather embarrassing and problematic error!
This follows the new ABRSM violin syllabus for 2012 onwards, including the new option for even notes rather than long tonics. I've included the fingerings I prefer to teach, such as starting two octave scales high on the G string in later grades, and three octave arpeggios shifting across the perfect fourths.
I'm undecided about whether I'll teach the new E natural minor scale at grade 1 with fourth fingers or not, and so this document shows open strings (in contradiction to what I put here!)
Unlike those previous diagrams, I've separated out the scale from the arpeggio, partly because some children don't seem to find it all that easy to follow the arpeggio if it's just indicated by a different shade, and also it allows the tonic notes to be indicated for the scales.
Please do take a good look at this, maybe try it out with some pupils and see what they think, and make any suggestions of things that do or don't work well.