NHS Education for Scotland has developed an NHSScotland Careers Resource pack which is fresh out of the box and ‘ready to go’! The pack contains a ready-made set of lessons with everything you need for a one-off lesson or a full Unit of five lessons. The pack contains: A comprehensive booklet called ‘A Career for You in Health’ which is a guide to every job family in NHSScotland. This booklet
Food for Thought Education Fund Food for Thought Phase 5 application The Food for Thought Education Fund gives financial support to develop Food and Health as a context for learning. The fund aims to improve practitioner confidence in providing progressive, high quality learning experiences which help to embed food education into the ethos of the establishment. It also provides an opportunity to plan and implement learning experiences which build sustainability
A suite of learning resources are currently being produced to support professional development related to career education. These resources will cover a variety of key themes such as labour market information, career management skills, enterprise and entrepreneurship, My world of Work etc. and relate this to Career Education Standard 3-18. Learning outcomes As a result of engaging with this learning you will have: an understanding of the purpose and aim of the Career Education Standard
Creativity: The Big Picture – new Creativity JPEGs available for use in presentations, reports, posters and online.
The following JPEGs and PNGs (with a transparent background) are drawn from the Creativity: The Big Picture infographic available on the National Improvement Hub. Please use and share the images as widely as possible with educators, learners and partners in presentations, reports, posters and online. You can also build your own infographics from scratch using the Everything Is Creative online tool and make your own use of the artwork you see here.
What are creativity skills? – new Creativity JPEGs available for use in presentations, reports, posters and online.
The following JPEGs and PNGs (with a transparent background) are drawn from the What are creativity skills? infographic, poster for learners, poster for staff, and poster for early learning and childcare settings, all available on the National Improvement Hub. Please use and share the images as widely as possible with educators, learners and partners in presentations, reports, posters and online. You can also build your own infographics from scratch using the Everything Is
Save the Children are looking for two schools to take part in a resilience project that aims to strengthen children’s understanding of emergencies and the actions they can take to prepare themselves, their families and their communities. Click here for more information on the project . It is aimed at children aged 9 – 11 and participating schools will be given a £1000 budget. You can also contact Graham
During January the Education World Forum took place in London, and this year included a strong contribution from Scottish education. Our own Alan Armstrong was there as part of the Scottish delegation at the forum and Angela Constance, Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning, provided an important key note speech highlighting recent developments in Scottish education and new policies for developing skills for life. To follow on from this
This document aims to support care staff working collaboratively with education staff to support children and young people with their learning in the care setting. It recognises that care staff are already supporting children and young people’s learning in care, and aims to provide them with practical examples which will assist services to further improve learning outcomes for children and young people across care and education. The examples of learning
New campaign to promote the benefits of human rights. The Scottish Government’s #FlyTheFlag for human rights campaign is part of a contribution to the objectives of Scotland’s National Action Plan for Human Rights, where evidence demonstrates that people are insufficiently aware of their rights and do not feel empowered to claim their rights. New research carried out by You Gov has shown that one in five Scots believe that human
How good is our school? provides a suite of quality indicators that support staff in all sectors to scrutinise their work and evaluate what is working well for learners and what could be better. It is a key aspect of the Scottish approach to school improvement and supports self-evaluation and reflection by practitioners at all levels. The 4th edition was launched at this year’s Scottish Learning Festival and features