The Scottish Education Awards celebrate the commitment and success of Scottish education. We have a specific award for the Gaelic sector for which we invite nominations that recognise impact and achievements in both Gaelic Learner and Medium Education. The award is open to secondary, primary, early learning and child care centres, and special schools.
Please also ensure that the Gaelic sector is represented across all the award categories, including Lifetime Achievement Award, Teacher of the Year and Headteacher of the Year.
Nominations for the 2019 Scottish Education Awards are now open. Details are here.
Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, Glasgow Central on Wednesday 5th June 2019.
Nominations close at 6pm on Thursday 14th February, 2019.
Leadership is key to the success of schools to which all colleagues can contribute.
This leadership programme aims to develop practitioners as teacher leaders who are able to positively influence Gaelic Education within their school. It has been developed by Social Enterprise Academy, in partnership with Education Scotland, and accredited by the Scottish College of Educational Leadership(SCEL).
Specific objectives are to:
- apply leadership principles to the contemporary issues and challenges in Gaelic Education
- use action learning and peer learning approaches to identify new approaches to improving practice
- enable educational professionals to develop reflective practice techniques to ensure their ongoing development as classroom practitioners
- develop practitioners’ own leadership ability.
Practitioners can gain an Award in Leadership (SCQF 9) on attending the leadership programme and successfully completing a reflective assessment. The programme, and related assessment, is delivered through the medium of Gaelic.
For more information, please contact Jessica@socialenterprise.academy.