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National Improvement Hub released

Introducing the new portal for educational improvement.

Scottish Learning Festival 2016

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Scottish Attainment Challenge

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Raising the attainment of children and young people living in deprived areas in order to close the equity gap.

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What's new

  1. Updated information on the new inspection approaches being tried-out during 2015-16 session.

  2. Explore a special edition of Education Scotland News featuring the Scottish Attainment Challenge and National Improvement Hub.

  3. The Innovation Fund is available for attainment projects that will help children and young people experiencing socio-economic disadvantage.

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News and events

  1. More than 400 Scottish practitioners are to attend a National Learning Event in Glasgow to learn more about how to close the poverty-related attainment gap and to share their learning.

  2. Bill Maxwell, CEO of Education Scotland has issued guidance and a letter to all secondary schools in response to a report published today by the Assessment and National Qualifications Working Group.

  3. Budding young film stars from an Aberdeen school were chosen to help launch National Digital Learning Week yesterday. Middleton Park School’s ‘Live Learning Strategy’ has seen pupils create over 200 films that have been watched over 60,000 times ...

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  1. Event start date: 02 June 2016

    The purpose of the conference is to give strategic direction to the development of Gaelic Education, with a particular focus on transitions into secondary Gaelic Learner and Medium Education.

  2. Event start date: 11 August 2016

    This two-day in-service course will provide an introduction to the BMT approach to teaching and learning in physical education.

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