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.
Find out how the National e-Learning Offer can support learners exploring sustainability in preparation for COP26 and beyond.
Curriculum Early Learning & Child Care News Numeracy Programme (Primary) Poverty/Closing the Gap Resources SUSTAINING EDUCATION IN OUR COMMUNITIES Workstreams
The latest edition of the #Collaboration Newsletter from the Northern Alliance and Education Scotland’s Northern Team brings together a huge variety of opportunities to connect with colleagues next term.
If you’d like to re-imagine your curriculum rationale, develop interdisciplinary learning in your school, improve transitions for learners at all levels, gain subject-specific support, explore COP26 with colleagues or just ask a question, check out this Curriculum Sway
STEM is a key part of the economy across the Northern Alliance and equally
STEM skills and knowledge helps us all make sense of the world around us.
Enjoy this series of webinars which will focus on STEM in the North and explore the
inspirational experiences, connections and opportunities for all our learners.
As Scotland prepares to host 200 world leaders for the United Nations COP26 Climate Summit, Education Scotland has a range of resources and opportunities open to practitioners as well as learners.
The UNCRC is the ‘gold standard’ across the world for children’s rights. It covers all aspects of a child’s life and sets out the civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights that all children everywhere are entitled to.