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The Annual Children's Mental Health Conference provides an opportunity to update your knowledge on a variety of key topics in the area of children’s mental health.
New recommendations on cutting classroom bureaucracy have been sent to all schools in Scotland.
Sky has unwrapped its brand new Sky Academy Skills Studios in Livingston, a free learning experience that links to the Curriculum for Excellence and builds life skills.
A joint ceremony hosted by the General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS) and the Scottish College for Educational Leadership (SCEL) will today celebrate Scotland's newest cohort of education leaders.
All 32 local authorities have signed up to safeguard the number of teaching posts across Scotland in 2015–16.
A masters qualification for headship will be introduced this year and become mandatory for all new headteachers from 2018/19.
On 15 and 16 June, Glasgow will host a dedicated conference on character, culture and values and bring a diverse group of people together to learn from each other, connect on these issues and be inspired to take action.
Applications are invited for a Programme Leader post at the recently established Scottish College for Educational Leadership (SCEL).
Scotland will host the 2016 International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement (ICSEI) conference in Glasgow from 6–9 January 2016.
A new book club, Cuilean Cràicte, is being established to support children and young people in Gaelic Medium Education.
The report calls for a programme of improvement and increased support to strengthen further the Scottish child protection system.
GTCS has published its Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 March 2014.
Following a process to appoint SCEL's Board of Directors, there remains one place on the Board, which will now be filled on a co-opted basis.
GTCS Chief Executive, Kenneth Muir, is one of seven non-executive Board Members to be appointed to SCEL's first Board of Directors.
GTCS has made a landmark decision to accredit a teacher training course provided by a university outside of Scotland.