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- Highland Council primary science framework now available through Glow
- Professional learning Glow meet on Genomics – 4pm on 16th November
- Early Years and Primary Science National Network Event – 18th November
- Reflections on light – IoP competition for schools
- Get involved with Tim Peake’s mission to the International Space Station
- Enter the Junior Saltire Awards Competition for 2016
- A new view of Twig – for students!
- Free STEM competition for primary and secondary pupils
- Cyber Academy IET Christmas Lectures – The Internet of Everything!
- Get involved in CoderDojo Scotland community evening
- Register for more BGE cyber security events
- Take part in the digital learning and teaching strategy consultation
Numeracy and mathematics
- Sign up for the mathematics senior phase hub sessions
- Online course to help adult learning in maths
- Preparing students for STEM at university
- Numeracy and mathematics resource guide
- The NNPF now includes exemplification for number and number processes
Register for ‘Teaching Air Quality’ with Citizen Science event on 25th November
New food science videos to support Higher Chemistry
STEM to STEAM
The Halo Harp Project – how to make a musical instrument from lasers
We’ve got loads more news to share! See our STEM blog for the latest updates.
Education Scotland News autumn edition now available
We are pleased to inform you that the autumn edition of Education Scotland News is now available, providing the latest information on some of our key activities across the sectors, from the early years to adult learning.
This edition has a particular focus on Developing the Young Workforce and contains some useful articles on the Scottish Attainment Challenge, How good is our school? (4th EDITION) and the National Improvement Framework.
Visit the Education Scotland website today to view and download the latest Education Scotland News.