When: Wednesday 29 May What: It’s a good time to collaborate
Where: Inchyra Grange, Grangemouth
Who: The purpose of the event is to bring together practitioners from every school and educational establishment in Clackmannanshire, Falkirk, Stirling and West Lothian
This page provides a summary of key information, policy, resources, and exemplification relating to early learning and childcare (ELC).
This quick summary guide is to:
Set the scene on children’s rights legislation in Scotland, and
Provide useful web links to key measures
This aim of this conversation event is to provide an informal opportunity for practitioners from all educational sectors and settings, community learning and development and the third sector to learn about and consider:
Involving parents in improvement planning
Parents and Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM)
See attached flyer for details of how to book.
Attached is the powerpoint used at the RIC consultation event at the Stirling Highland hotel the end of February. This presentation is for all ELC staff and contains links to key documents.
The Early Years RIC Sub Group met last week to discuss and evaluate the event “It’s a Good Time to be Two” which took place on 12th Feb for staff who work with two year old children across the RIC.
The feedback from attendees has been extremely positive especially in giving people the opportunity to network and share across the four authorities. There was a request for more training on Improvement Methodology. The feedback will be analysed in further detail and a plan for the way forward will be created.
The Early Vocabulary Sub Group met last week to share the work from the CYPIC Language Meets Literacy Practicum. We heard the journey of the West Lothian team who focused on Collaboration for Improvement in Early Intervention and Prevention.
Our Reading Culture network met today for the third of our professional network events. Our focus was on the model for improvement, sharing our test of change plans and progress to date and time to reflect with colleagues on the network so far. We were joined by Jen Harwood from the Scottish Booktrust who was able to share a national perspective and join us for our discussions
New schemas resource incorporating downloadable summary sketch, video and powerpoint for use with parents and carers now available from Parentzone website
All education practitioners in Forth Valley & West Lothian Regional Improvement Collaborative and beyond are welcome to the Stirling Digital TeachMeet being held at CodeBase Stirling, 8-10 Corn Exchange Rd, Stirling FK8 2HU on Thursday 14 March from 4pm-6.30pm.
Come along to meet like-minded digital enthusiasts and share ideas about the use of digital technology for learning and teaching!
To find out more and to sign up click on the link below: