Nominations wanted – Scottish Education Awards – Employability and Creativity across Learning

Nominations invited for Scottish Education Awards – deadline 12 noon, 14 February 2018

Since 2013 the Scottish Education Awards have featured a Creative Learning Award category with notable shortlisted winners from primary, early learning and childcare, and secondary schools. This year we have taken the awards a step further by embedding creative approaches in all of the award categories, and with a focus on creativity skills within the new Employability and Creativity across Learning category.

We would really appreciate your help in identifying schools or education centres that use unique and innovative approaches in their teaching, learning and improvement, and encouraging someone from the school community to submit a nomination.

Nominations can be made via the Scottish Education Awards website:

There are three main questions to answer, as follows:

  1. Please provide detail about all the activities, programmes and creative approaches you are taking forward in your setting in relation to this award category. How are these being embedded across the four contexts for learning? (Max 600 words)
  2. How are you promoting equity, equality, diversity and inclusion in relation to this award category? (Max 300 words)
  3. What impact are your approaches having on learners, staff, their families, partner organisations, other educational establishments and the wider community? What evidence do you have to support this? (Max 300 words)


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