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What should our Regional Improvement Plan look like? What should it include and what should it focus on? What matters to you?
We are delighted to announce that all teachers and practitioners in the Northern Alliance will once again […]
After a successful initial pilot of the Northern Alliance Collaborative Online Curriculum Opportunities (COCO) Project, we are planning for Phase 2 and are looking for schools to deliver SQA courses as part of the project for session 2022/23.
Northern Alliance Lead Officer for Raising Attainment and Closing the Poverty-Related Attainment Gap, Jo Kirby is currently looking for colleagues from early years, primary and secondary settings to join a Breakfast Cart Network.
Northern Alliance regional improvement collaborative colleagues are working with the Data for Children Collaborative on a project to explore how to make better use of data to assess the poverty-related attainment gap across eight local authorities.
Catch up on the latest news from the Northern Alliance and Education Scotland's Northern Team.
Lorna Campbell teaches art through the medium of Gaelic, online through e-Sgoil, our e-learning school. She works with Gaelic Medium Education (GME) schools across Scotland and usually delivers six-week-long inputs during which primary pupils learn about and are given the opportunity to make art under her direction.
We are very pleased to share a special edition of the #Collaboration newsletter where Michael Fullan offers reflections 10 months into his journey of presenting the 'Right Drivers for Whole System Success'.
An article written by Michael Fullan, a Canadian educational researcher and former dean of the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE). He is noted for his expertise on educational reform, and has worked with teacher groups, research institutes and governments all over the world. Michael is also a world renowned author and this year he shared 'The right drivers for whole system success.'
Education Scotland is inviting you to complete the Annual STEM Professional Learning Practitioner Survey for 2020-21.
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