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Following a rigorous selection process conducted by a range of senior Council members drawn from diverse backgrounds across our stakeholders, Mr Kenneth Muir has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of GTCS.
Hundreds of pensioners have joined forces to record a charity single and video as part of a campaign to target loneliness.
The Teaching Councils of Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, and the Republic of Ireland have today issued a joint statement supporting teachers and reinforcing the need for regulation in a time of flux.
Do you have the passion for learning and the skills required to lead one of Scotland's key education organisations?
Athletics in Scotland urgently require volunteers to fill various roles within our sport.
Update on progress of the draft revised Professional Standards
National Lecture 2010 - Each year we hold our National Lecture where we ask a distinguished speaker along to talk about important topics
National Lecture 2011 - Each year we hold our National Lecture where we ask a distinguished speaker along to talk about important topics
Each year we hold our National Lecture where we ask a distinguished speaker along to talk about important topics
A consultation on our revision of the Framework of Professional Standards has been launched. The Standards are being updated to reflect the changing contexts of education in our schools and society and to support a reconceptualised model
GTC Scotland has been shortlisted in the Public Sector category of the 2012 Scotland Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) PRide Awards, chosen for its outstanding campaign ‘An Independent GTC Scotland’.
Each year, the staff at GTC Scotland pick a charity to support and help fundraise for. This year we are supporting Cash for Kids. We spoke to Ann Marie Miller, Regional Manager for Scotland at Cash for Kids, to find out more about the charity.
The best of Scotland’s social service teams were recognised recently at Care Accolades 2012, the national award ceremony showcasing the very best of the care sector across the country.
Politics may be universal, but the only place ever to have created an entire festival on the topic is the Scottish Parliament. Since the first Festival of Politics took place in 2005, it has become an established event.