This network meeting will focus on the really important area of race equality and anti-racism in education, specifically considering some of the issues pertinent to those involved in professional learning.
The next network meeting will take place on Wednesday 26 January, focussing on the important area of race equality and anti-racism.
This stand-alone network consultation event is open to all our members. This event will involve professional discussion leading to a collated response to be sent to Professor Ken Muir's consultation on the reform of SQA and Education Scotland on behalf of the SPLN.
Do you have responsibility for the planning, design and delivery of professional learning?
The next meeting will take place on Weds 19 May, 10.00-12.15 on the Webex platform:
Revitalising Professional Learning – what have we learned and where are we going?
Booking details and the programme for the morning will be circulated towards the end of April.
The Network will convene for its first meeting of 2021 towards the end of this month, with a meeting entitled ‘Supporting you as you support others: Encouraging and energising the Network’.
This online meeting will take place on the morning of Wednesday 27th January 2021 at 10.00-12.00am. Please book your place here. Joining instructions will be sent to registrants in advance of the event.
The aim of the meeting will be to explore ways of maintaining your own wellbeing as you work to support others. Feedback from the last network showed wellbeing was a key issue members wanted to talk about, and that more time spent in discussion in small groups would be preferable to a more presentation-based meeting.
There will be the usual opportunities to hear from the Co-chairs of the Network and from Learning Directorate colleagues at Scottish Government, who will focus on workforce support and wellbeing in the current climate.
You may be interested in reading the latest report from the International Committee of Education Advisers on the Scottish education system. It refers to the importance of mental and emotional wellbeing for our school and system leaders .
We are looking forward to seeing you there.
Rosemary Grady, Lesley Henderson, Rosa Murray