All primary teachers and support staff are invited to attend free Get Creative primary music CPDs in September 2019 and January 2020.
As part of the Youth Music Initiative, the Creative Arts in Schools Team (CAST) have run CPD sessions in 2018-9 using Get Creative, a new music resource for primary school teachers full of creative ideas, activities and learning outcomes to enable you to deliver musical activities with your class, regardless of your musical experience.
Creative Arts in Schools Team (CAST) launched Get Creative in 2018, a music resource aimed at all primary teachers, packed full of creative ideas, activities and learning outcomes to enable you to deliver musical activities with your class, regardless of your musical experience.
SCOTTISH ASSOCIATION OF LANGUAGE TEACHERS (SALT)
FREE CLPL OPPORTUNITY FOR PRIMARY AND SECONDARY LANGUAGE TEACHERS WITH SALT
Please come along to this free event as part of your Career Long Professional Learning (CLPL). The training is open to all primary and secondary teaching staff with an interest in language learning and teaching.
Are you interested in developing your skills in delivering music in the classroom?
CAST are launching Get Creative, a music resource aimed at all primary teachers, packed full of
creative ideas, activities and learning outcomes to enable you to deliver musical activities with your
class, regardless of your musical experience.
Yammer has come to Numeracy! The yammer page for Numeracy and Mathematics in Argyll and Bute has now been set up and is available to all teaching staff. It is a super way of sharing resources and chatting with colleagues across Argyll and Bute council, all through your Glow accounts. Some super resources have already been added so feel free to come in and look around! We look forward to yammering with you …
An amazing opportunity to extend learning with iPads using drones, Sphero and Science Sensors. A day of workshop challenges, join us to plan our mission to the stars through an incredible journey of learning.
Mission to Mars is an inspiring, one-day, iPad event for schools and school leaders to provide excellent CPD and practical ways to take teaching and learning forward with iPads. The event will showcase the latest and most exciting tools for schools.
The pupil Digital Leaders event took place in Inveraray on Friday 18th November. This event was attended by 244 pupils from 40 schools.
It is important that our pupil’s opinions are heard and we would like feedback from our digital leaders via the survey emailed to staff.
The survey will close on Monday 28th November at 5pm and will take around 10 minutes to complete.
The senior pupils’ digital leader training event will take place in Inveraray Primary School on Friday 18th November 2016 from 10:00 till 15:30. The event is aimed at pupils from P5/6/7 and will include training for pupils on computational thinking, troubleshooting and introduction to computer programming using Drones and Sphero’s. There will also be a CPD session for staff.
Scottish Advisory Panel for Outdoor Education news and updates are now available on SALi
On the 21st June 2016, 22 Classroom and Additional Support Needs Assistants received certificates for the SQA Professional Development Award (PDA) in Education Support Assistance in a ceremony held in the Loch Fyne Hotel, Inveraray.
Roslyn Redpath, Principal Educational Psychologist, presented the certificates on behalf of Argyll and Bute Council and congratulated the candidates on their hard work and commitment.
Please visit SALi for a list of documents on creativity and expressive arts that you can download including a suite of eight infographics which explain why creativity is integral to Curriculum for Excellence.
Click HERE and then enter the ‘CREATIVITY’ section.
The following is included:
Creativity, The Big Picture: Shows how creativity relates to each of the four capacities. Defines creative learning, teaching and environments.
Please find below information about postgraduate opportunities at the University of Edinburgh. Further information can be gained by contacting – Dr Ailsa Niven and Dr Sam Fawkner, Programme Directors, MSc Physical Activity for Health, Tel: +44 (0)131 651 6679, Email: PAfh@ed.ac.uk
MSc Physical Activity for Health, the University of Edinburgh.
The Kodu Twilight Session with Gary Clark that was planned for Tuesday 10th will be postponed until next session. This is to allow teachers in the HALCO area that are interested in coding and computer science to attend the Introduction to Computing Science workshops instead. This is a really exciting opportunity provided by Education Scotland and we urge anyone interested in coding to attend.
The remaining sessions will continue as planned:
Tuesday 3rd May – Socrative & Nearpod
Tuesday 17th May – Tickle App with Sphero
There are still places available so if you are interested in attending please email us to book a place: firstname.lastname@example.org
We would like to remind you of the following free fully funded CAST CPD twilight coming to a venue near you soon…….
If you have already booked in, see you there and if not there are places available so just email email@example.com
There’s a change in date for Mull (see below)
GET EXCITED ABOUT SCULPTURE AND 3D Delivered by Sian MacQueen
During this session we will show you how to introduce sculpture
Increase your knowledge and enhance your career prospects!
The University of Edinburgh offers a range of options for the study of physical activity for health that aim to increase knowledge and understanding of the global issues pertinent to physical activity for health and enhance opportunities for employment in a number of physical activity related careers.