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Scotch meat still top of the class
6 HRS AGO - Ciara Etherson hails the industry’s initiatives to improve family diets
Teachers and parents sound off to Swinney on education policy
12 HRS AGO - IT made for disturbing listening both for Education Secretary John Swinney and the public.
Evening classes in Doric as Scots writing revival blossoms
1 DAY AGO - FANCY learning a spot of Doric? Furry boots? Aiberdeen Varsity.
Funding boost for arts and humanities research
1 DAY AGO - Scottish Graduate School for Arts and Humanities secures additional funding.
Your Clearing questions answered
1 DAY AGO - All you need to know about the Clearing process.
Lack of dialogue ‘could boost Scottish and Catalan independence campaigns’
2 DAYS AGO - A breakdown in dialogue between central and regional governments only strengthens breakaway Expand
Ruth Davidson: SNP dithers over education as Higher pass rate falls
2 DAYS AGO - There is cross-party agreement on many reforms to education, such as ditching P1 tests, writes Expand
UK loses top spot for educating most world leaders
2 DAYS AGO - The UK has lost its title as the country which has educated the most world leaders - losing out Expand
Instagram launches online series for students on coping with exam result stress
3 DAYS AGO - Mental health charities and social media influencers have created a digital magazine for Instagram Expand
YouthLink Scotland Policy Seminar – Digital Youth Work and Cyber Resilience
7 HRS AGO - YouthLink Scotland would like to invite you to join them for their policy seminar on digital youth Expand
John Swinney: No ‘morale crisis’ among Scots teachers
23 HRS AGO - John Swinney has insisted Scotland there is no "crisis in morale" among Scottish teachers as he Expand
SNP’s bid to generate £5m that sparked major political row
1 DAY AGO - SNP finance minister Derek Mackay announced in his Budget in December that Scotland’s Expand
Numbers of students getting degree courses falls
1 DAY AGO - Ucas says 411,860 students from the UK and overseas have taken up places.
Testing policy ‘descending into chaos’ says Labour
1 DAY AGO - THE controversial policy of testing Scottish five-year-olds is “descending into chaos”, opposition Expand
Postcard campaign for ‘opting out’ of P1 testing launched
2 DAYS AGO - Parents across Scotland are being offered ‘opt out’ postcards to hand to headteachers, Expand
National campaign urges parents to withdraw children from controversial P1 tests
2 DAYS AGO - THE controversial practice of testing P1 pupils is facing its biggest challenge after children’s Expand
Caritas Enrolment 2018-19
3 DAYS AGO - Secondary schools wishing to enrol  pupils as candidates for the Caritas Award in August 2018 Expand
John Swinney under fire over private school rates
7 HRS AGO - Education Secretary John Swinney has been accused of an “error of judgment” for making Expand
Retaining decomissioned North Sea oil rigs could help at-risk corals thrive
1 DAY AGO - North Sea oil platforms could be used to help protect sea creatures threatened by climate change Expand
John Swinney told of child left covered in faeces at school
1 DAY AGO - A child with additional support needs (ASN) was left covered in faeces at school as teachers would Expand
John Swinney: Scotland can improve education faster without a Bill
1 DAY AGO - As summer draws to a close and our schools return to life, it is hard to believe it was only a few Expand
John Swinney: We must do everything in our power to ensure our schools are the best
1 DAY AGO - As schools go back this week, education is once again a hot topic of conversation.
Cutting-edge grass research
2 DAYS AGO - With 2018 proving a particularly challenging year in terms of grass growth, a series of webinars Expand
Analysis: John Swinney between a rock and a hard place on P1 testing
2 DAYS AGO - EDUCATION Secretary John Swinney is between a rock and a hard place on standardised testing of Expand
Scots scientists’ battery breakthrough could revolutionise electric cars
3 DAYS AGO - Electric cars could be charged in a matter of seconds using a revolutionary battery system Expand

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Education Grants for students studying to be teachers in the Gaelic sector

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Maths Week Scotland 2018

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Language skills – a crutial asset in a global economy

More companies are trading with international markets and this has

Update from SQA for teachers of Higher Modern Languages and Gaelic (Learners)

The revised specimen question papers for French, Gaelic (Learners),

Primary Science Education Conference (PSEC) is coming to Edinburgh!

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Breadalbane Academy: The importance of partnership planning to deliver high quality, work-related learning.

John Devine, head teacher at  Breadalbane Academy, an all-through

Scottish Learning Festival 2018: 11 exciting DYW related seminars on offer

As one of the key  priorities in education, Developing the Young

Inaugural RSE Unlocking Ambition Enterprise Fellows are announced

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Gaelic (Learners) in the secondary curriculum

e-Sgoil is an interactive, real-time teaching facility which uses

Angus STEM event attended by more than 300 people

An event to raise aspirations towards, and interest in, STEM was

Practice exemplar: secondary GME curriculum

The recently published report, ‘Quality and Improvement in Scottish

Winners of the 2018 Scottish Education Awards: Castlebrae Community High School

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Review of the Employability Landscape and Scottish Government Funded Employability Services

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National CLD Workforce Development Plan

The national organisations and regional networks who developed the

Introductory Dyslexia Module

Members of the Specific Learning Difficulties Network along with

First Minister’s Question Time – participation project

National charity Children in Scotland and national agency for youth

Briefing on Gaelic Education

Our latest briefing on Gaelic Education is now available and

Using digital portfolios to share learning experiences and skills progression

Tarbolton Primary School in South Ayrshire use ‘Seesaw’, a student

How to develop ‘Problem Finding’ Skills?

Calderglen High School’s Art, Design & Technology Faculty
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