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The Northern Alliance – striving to embed best practice across Aberdeen City, Aberdeenshire, Argyll and Bute, Eilean Siar (Western Isles), Highland, Moray, Orkney Islands and Shetland Islands – was in itself a test of change as the first regional improvement collaborative, before these were fully established across the country in 2017, and is now in the second year of its Phase 3 Regional Improvement Plan. Its workstream priorities remain aligned to the National Improvement Framework (NIF) and have been developed collaboratively with local authority practitioners and national partners. But the way Northern Alliance officers carry out improvement activity has had to change significantly during the last 14 months.
The Northern Alliance is our regional improvement collaborative – it spans all eight local authorities and it […]
Education Scotland is delighted to announce that the STEM Nation Award programme is being rolled-out nationally across […]
The count down is on to the World Education Summit (21 to 24 March) and we would like to invite all practitioners from across our Northern Alliance council areas to come together with us for some exclusive wraparound sessions.
A Sharing Practice blog by Andy Thompson, Numeracy & Maths Lead for the Northern Alliance
As part of an ongoing collaboration with a world-leading expert on educational reform, the work of the Northern Alliance regional improvement collaborative will be presented at this year’s World Education Summit conference.
The Northern Alliance is coordinating an information event for secondary school leaders to find out more about the SCQF School Ambassador Programme on Thursday 10 March at 4pm.
Keep up to date with the latest news from e-Sgoil, Scotland's e-learning school which is part of the Northern Alliance.
Find out more about FREE World Education Summit registration, hear from our new Lead Officer and share ideas about how you're addressing equalities topics. The February edition of the #Collaboration Newsletter from the Northern Alliance and Education Scotland's Northern Team is now online.
Members of the Northern Alliance Team joined colleagues from Waterford and Wexford Education and Training Board (WWETB) recently in a seminar organised by Education Scotland.
Practitioners from all schools and early years settings across the eight Northern Alliance council areas can now sign up for free places at this year’s World Education Summit.
Funding applications are now open for this year’s grants programme from Digital Xtra Fund to increase the number and diversity of young people learning key digital skills.
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