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:
Stirling Digital TeachMeet
All education practitioners in Forth Valley & West Lothian Regional Improvement Collaborative and beyond are welcome to the Falkirk Digital TeachMeet being held on Tuesday 26 February in St Mungo’s RC High School, Falkirk, from 5-7pm with refreshments from 4.30pm.
A TeachMeet is an informal gathering of those curious about learning and teaching. The theme of our TeachMeet is the use of digital technology to enhance the learning of our pupils. This is for teachers from any sector and from any part of the country
Find out more and register at the link below:
Falkirk Digital TeachMeet – February 2019
The Care Inspectorate is encouraging care services across Scotland to bring together younger and older people for everyone’s benefit.
A new resource full of good practice examples is being launched to give care services ideas on how to bring generations together in a variety of care settings in a way that improves the quality of their lives.
Bringing generations together
The third round of the Scottish government’s Early Learning and Childcare Inclusion Fund will open to applications at 12 pm on Monday 4th February 2019.
The ELC inclusion fund provides funding to ELC settings to support children with ASN access their funded ELC entitlement. It funds staff working in ELC settings to receive appropriate training and fund resources, equipment and adaptations. The ELC inclusion fund is funded by the Scottish Government and managed by children in Scotland.
The application deadline date for the third round of funding will be 5pm on Friday 22 February 2019.