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Cyber First Aid Box *NEW RESOURCE* July 1, 2022

The Cyber First Aid Box is designed to support families recover from online harms. Designed in partnership with Decode Cyber Solutions and Education Scotland’s Digital… Read more

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Teacher Leadership Programme 21/22 – Digital Enquiries June 27, 2022

The Education Scotland Teacher Leadership Programme is designed to help participants to understand what teacher leadership means and looks like in practice. As a part… Read more

Scottish Computing Science Week 23
Scottish Computing Science Week 2023 #CSscot23 June 21, 2022

Scottish Computing Science Week 23 is happening! #CSscot23 Put a hold in your planner for the week of the 15th May 2023 and join us… Read more

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Scottish Digital Literacy Week 2022 #SDLW22 June 17, 2022

Scottish Digital Literacy Week 22 is happening! #SDLW22 Put a hold in your planner for the week of the 3rd of October 2022 and join… Read more

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The CPD Award in Computing Studies for Teachers May 31, 2022

The CPD award in Computing Studies for teachers was created for primary teachers and secondary teachers for 1st and 2nd year pupils to give the… Read more

Additional Teaching Qualification in Computing Studies CPD Award
Additional Teaching Qualification in Computing Studies CPD Award May 31, 2022

The course is designed to allow you to teach computing within secondary schools as it has the required numbers of credits stated by the GTCS.… Read more


In line with the Digital Learning and Teaching Strategy for Scotland, DigiLearn team at Education Scotland aim to:

  • Develop the skills and confidence of educators in the appropriate and effective use of digital technology to support learning and teaching
  • Improve access to digital technology for all learners
  • Ensure that digital technology is a central consideration in all areas of curriculum and assessment delivery
  • Empower leaders of change to drive innovation and investment in digital technology for learning and teaching


Computing Science

Have you visited our Computing Science site yet?

Computing is one of the most exciting subjects children and young people can learn about. Computers are all around us, embedded in the devices we use everyday, from kettles and toasters, to cars and buildings.

The DigiLearn team at Education Scotland aim to provide teachers with the knowledge and skills to bring this exciting, engaging and meaningful subject to life in, and out, of classrooms across the country. We will develop capacity across education for teachers to develop and embed computing science across the curriculum, with the support of training, resources and tailored guidance/support.


Go to Computing Science site

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