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e-Sgoil continues to work with a wide range of partners to collaborate on various programmes for schools and learners across the whole of Scotland.
The first meeting of the Northern Alliance Youth Advisory Group will be held virtually this week.
Find out how the National e-Learning Offer can support learners exploring sustainability in preparation for COP26 and beyond.
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.
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.
A new maths project team is being pulled together to help improve outcomes for P7 learners. Would you like to be part of it?
"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’.
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.
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