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Parents encouraged to let their children explore the great outdoors
9 HRS AGO - CHILDREN like nothing more than playing in the mud, climbing trees and exploring the great Expand
Teacher numbers to be hit as councils examine budgets
17 HRS AGO - An analysis of council budget plans reveals cutting teacher numbers is seen as a viable way of Expand
Leader comment: Don’t be a literary wimp
2 DAYS AGO - If there’s one thing we learned from the What Kids are Reading report, it’s that kids Expand
Analysis: Teachers defy guidance in pursuit of National 4 safety net for pupils
2 DAYS AGO - IF a safety net exists then it would seem foolhardy not to use it.
Martyn McLaughlin: Will SNP’s childcare plans institutionalise kids?
3 DAYS AGO - The SNP’s commitment to social justice could end up imperilling its expansion of free Expand
Fears over teacher cuts as council finds ‘loophole’ in national targets
3 DAYS AGO - MINISTERS have come under fire over a “loophole” in a national agreement to protect teacher Expand
Sinéad Rhodes: Headlines can keep you informed – but we can help you drill down into the latest research
4 DAYS AGO - Have you ever made ­lifestyle or diet choices because of something you read in the paper?
Parents attack council nurseries over 'limited' opening hours
4 DAYS AGO - NINE out of ten council nurseries are not meeting the needs of working parents, according to a new Expand
We played outside and only went home when we were hungry
9 HRS AGO - IN our experience some parents can be hesitant when they first hear about our woodland Expand
SRUC’s royal appointment at Palace
1 DAY AGO - The Principal of Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) this week attended a special investiture at Expand
Calls for university bosses and unions to get back to talks
1 DAY AGO - Students are joining university workers on picket lines in protests over pensions
Scots secondary school pupils choosing same novels as under-12s
2 DAYS AGO - A UK-wide study of children’s reading habits released today reveals Scottish secondary Expand
Male monkeys with big noses get the girls, proving size matters
2 DAYS AGO - Male monkeys with large noses have more females in their harems - proving that size does matter, Expand
New study examines whether starting school later in the day may help GCSE pupils
3 DAYS AGO - Experts from the universities of Birmingham, Oxford and Aberdeen are recruiting schools to take Expand
Analysis: Watering down of guidance paves way for cuts to teacher numbers
3 DAYS AGO - AS teacher numbers plummeted across Scotland in the years after the SNP took power in 2007 the Expand
Call for Scots student charges to be considered in UK funding review
4 DAYS AGO - The prospect of Scottish students being charged to go to university north of the Border should be Expand
Scottish universities demand say on tuition fees
4 DAYS AGO - SCOTTISH universities have demanded a say on the future of tuition fees.
University bosses agree meeting with union amid pensions row
9 HRS AGO - Universities UK called on the University and College Union to attend talks next Tuesday.
Urgent safety review after Edinburgh school’s ceiling collapses
1 DAY AGO - A MAJOR safety review has been ordered at all 17 PFI-built city primary schools after a roof tile Expand
East Ayrshire Mass of Thanksgiving in the Centenary Year of the 1918 Education (Scotland) Act.
2 DAYS AGO - Primary and Secondary staff from Denominational Schools across East-Ayrshire came together on Expand
Literacy fears as secondary pupils ‘read the same books’ as primary children
2 DAYS AGO - SECONDARY school pupils in Scotland are not choosing challenging enough books to read in their Expand
Universities need to help poorer Scots pupils win places
2 DAYS AGO - Universities in Scotland must make it clearer to bright youngsters from poorer backgrounds what Expand
Families defend girl school’s status
3 DAYS AGO - PARENTS who want Scotland’s only state-funded single sex school to admit boys are facing a Expand
Gaelic Medium Teachers Wanted
4 DAYS AGO - The Scottish Government has commissioned Gaelic Medium Education Scottish National Standardised Expand
Parents want girls' school to admit boys
4 DAYS AGO - PARENTS are demanding a consultation in the future of Scotland’s last state-funded single sex Expand

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Gaelic Medium Teachers Wanted

The Scottish Government has commissioned Gaelic Medium Education

Training events: Respect for All and Included, Engaged and Involved Part 2

A training event on the recently published guidance documents

The 1+2 Leadership Programme

2 – 5 July 2018, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. This

Education Scotland National Modern Languages Network

Local Authority colleagues with responsibility for languages,

Conference for Gaelic Medium Education (GME)

Flexible Approaches to Promoting and Delivering Gaelic across the

Higher Gaelic (Learners)

SQA has published details of changes to the arrangements for Higher

Professional learning in leadership

Newly-appointed headteachers can now apply to join Scottish College

Resources to support literacy – Scottish Book Trust

Funding for author visits available through First Minister’s

Subject Choices tool kit supports learners plan their senior phase pathways

Skills Development Scotland has launched a choices toolkit that

DYW Annual Report for 2017

The report on last year’s significant progress and a continuous

Gaelic Education Award/Duais Foghlam Gaidhlig

The Scottish Education Awards recognise early learning and

Boosting young people’s employability through LifeSkills

‘LifeSkills created with Barclays’ is a free

Parkhill Secondary School: Preparing flexible learning pathways for young people with additional needs

Parkhill Secondary School in Glasgow has developed an exciting and

Interesting Practice exemplar – Castlebrae Community High School: Junior Adventure Leader

This exemplar outlines a 8 week programme that helps learners in 

Impetus – Ready for Work report: The capabilities young people need to find and keep work!

In case you haven seen this report so far: This Ready for Work

DYW Moray releases new career videos

DYW Regional Group in Moray involved 15 pupils to plan, film and

Deputy First Minister’s Maths Challenge: GME Version

Tha Dùbhlan Matamataig an Leas Phrìomh Mhinisteir ri fhaighinn ann

ILF Scotland Transition Fund Now Open!

ILF Scotland has now opened the Transition Fund! The Fund will

Work Placements Project – Dundee: Enterprise @ the Rep

In December 2017 the Dundee Rep Theatre ran their Enterprise @ the

Scottish Education Awards 2018: Now open for nominations!

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