Articles tagged with: training

Open Day at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland is holding an open day on Sunday 20 September for the Transitions 20/40 programme. The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s ground-breaking Transitions 20/40 Programme plays a vital role in supporting people from key postcode areas to explore their potential in the performing and production arts by being part of RCS classes […]

Glenrothes High School Cluster

If you would like to register for this event then please drop us an email at sptc@sptc.info or call us on 0131 474 6199 and let us know your name, school and contact details. All training sessions  are  free of charge but we need to have an idea of numbers and a way of contacting you should the event […]

Glenwood Cluster

If you would like to register for this event then please drop us an email at sptc@sptc.info or call us on 0131 474 6199 and let us know your name, school and contact details. All training sessions  are  free of charge but we need to have an idea of numbers and a way of contacting you should the event […]

Auchmuty Cluster

If you would like to register for this event then please drop us an email at sptc@sptc.info or call us on 0131 474 6199 and let us know your name, school and contact details. All training sessions  are  free of charge but we need to have an idea of numbers and a way of contacting you should the event […]

Dunfermline Cluster

If you would like to register for this event then please drop us an email at sptc@sptc.info or call us on 0131 474 6199 and let us know your name, school and contact details. All training sessions  are  free of charge but we need to have an idea of numbers and a way of contacting you should the event […]

Parent Council Essentials

For more information about this event please click here Parent Council Essentials is suitable for both new and more experienced Parent Council members. It is a whistle-stop tour of the role and responsibilities of Parent Councils – how they work, what they can get involved in. The session will give you lots of ideas for […]

Media issues for September 2014

Child Protection Postgraduate certificate from NSPCC Scotland and Stirling University wants to equip practitioners for the reality of their work. (Guardian, 01/09/2014) Religion SCOTLAND’S denominational schools would be given constitutional protection in the event of independence, an SNP Government minister has claimed. (Herald Scotland, 15/09/2014) Health A hundred schools across Scotland are attempting to drive […]

Media issues for August 2014

Exams  NEW school qualifications have been hailed a success after more than a year of upheaval in the classroom, although pass rates at Higher and Advanced Higher have fallen. (Herald Scotland, 05/08/2014) TENS of thousands of school students across Scotland will receive their exam results today, with the pass rate falling slightly for the first time in […]

Buckhaven High School Cluster

Wood Commission on Developing Scotland’s Young Workforce

Yesterday morning the Wood Commission on Developing Scotland’s Young Workforce was published. This report sets out to help develop Scotland’s system of vocational education and training and sets out a range of recommendations which will assist young people in their transition to employment. Cabinet Secretary for Training, Youth and Women’s Employment Angela Constance joined Sir Ian […]

Lochgelly Cluster

Viewforth High School Cluster

Waid Academy Cluster

St Andrew’s Cluster

Involving More Parents from a Diverse Background for your Parent Council

Kirkcaldy High School Cluster

Involving More Parents from a Diverse Background for your Parent Council

Queen Anne Cluster

EPA General Assembly and International Conference , Challenges for Parents in the Digital Age 2014

4 & 5 April 2014 Lisbon, Portugal. The conference was hosted by Colégio Fomento and was attended by Sally Walker. Colégio Fomento is the principle establishment for the schools visited. Report On the morning of Friday 4 April, we had a trip to Colégio Pedro Arrupe.  This is a mixed private school for children between […]

Teachers given chance to take masters in education

The Educational Institute Scotland (EIS) in partnership with City & Guilds have secured funding from the Scottish government that will allow up to 200 teachers to undertake the Masters in Education Program. The online Masters Level Learning Programme Unit 1 (SCQF Level 11) primarily focuses on Additional Support Needs (ASN). Through critical reading and professional […]