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"My learning has allowed me greater insight on how to facilitate leadership conversations in a more engaging and effective manner. I am growing in confidence in terms of applying a coaching framework during conversations and am seeing the benefits of listening and coaching skills."
View new ‘INCLUDE’ guidance co-produced by Northern Alliance practitioners in partnership with young people from Nairn Academy, providing ‘Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Guidance and Self-Evaluation for Educational Settings’.
Engage Scotland, Creative Scotland and the Scottish Government have commissioned Queen Margaret University to undertake research into Visual Art and Design Education in Scotland.
Learning for Sustainability is a cross-curricular approach which weaves together global citizenship, sustainable development education and outdoor learning to create coherent, rewarding and transformative learning experiences.
Stornoway Primary School has been accessing ‘Gàidhlig Bheò’ through the National e-Learning offer at e-Sgoil.
The education services of Argyll and Bute Council have been working closely with local outdoor education providers since March 2021 to support children and young people throughout the authority recover from the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
We thought you may like to read about a particularly lovely example of how young people themselves are engaging in volunteering...
The Northern Alliance Regional Improvement Collaborative has designed a programme of Collaborative Online Curriculum Opportunities (COCO) for […]
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