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We’re developing a range of ways to promote the work of the Collaborative. We’ll be engaging with thousands of practitioners on how best they can exchange information and how they can access the development opportunities and materials that will be on offer.

There will be practical support too – like budget cover to make it easier for teachers to attend events or new e-learning opportunities.

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Scottish Attainment Challenge – Creating magic through collaboration

Tuesday 5th March 2019, Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh

Workshop downloadable resources:

Pedagogy and partnerships: Warout Primary School in Glenrothes is a Scottish Attainment Challenge School. They are raising attainment in writing using robust vocabulary and have been working in collaboration with Speech and Language Therapists.

Canal View Primary School, Edinburgh, are raising attainment through improving early level pedagogy and by working in partnership with Speech and Language therapists.

Early level pedagogy: Burnbrae, Hawthronden, Woodburn and Mount Esk Nursery in Midlothian share their journey of collaboration, further developing Pedagogical knowledge and Froebelian principles and practices.

P1 teachers and nursery staff in Tollcross Primary School campus, Edinburgh, are working in collaboration to develop capacity and leadership in play based learning approaches.  This work has involved P1 and nursery staff carrying out enquiry based approaches in both the nursery and P1 classes, and sharing and reflecting on evidence and impact.

Collaborative professional enquiry: three Secondary Schools share their journey and the impact of Collaborative Professional Enquiry –

Closing the gap within numeracy: Waid Academy in Fife are addressing the poverty related attainment gap in numeracy and shared their journey and the impact so far in developing numeracy skills and a cooperative teaching model. Earlston High School and the associated cluster primary schools are using a collaborative approach to close the poverty related gap in Numeracy.

Improving learning & engagement: Lasswade Primary School share their work as part of Shirley Clarke’s Research Team, developing Formative Assessment in classes and sharing throughout the school and on a local authority level.  Teachers worked in collaboration with colleagues from across Midlothian to experience of developing a learning culture and using talk partners in the early years.

Pinkie St Peter’s Primary School also presented on improving learning and engagement.

Using data for improvement: John Fergus School is a special school for people with complex additional support needs in the Glenrothes area in Fife. They have been using a quality improvement approach to increase pupil communication.

Edenside Primary School in the Scottish Borders are using data to track the closing the Health and well-being gap.

Whole school approaches to transforming pedagogy: Brunstane Primary School, Edinburgh, has undergone a process of significant improvement through a whole school approach to transforming pedagogy and increasing participation.  Teachers from the school described how their Learning and Teaching Toolkit and Pupil Parliament have led to improved outcomes overall for learners.

Carleton Primary School in Fife is using QI tools and techniques across the school in a range of contexts. Here, they share their journey on improving writing.

Schools and Parents Together – Sharing Practice for Equity Conference

Friday 30th November 2018, Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh

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Missed the event? Why not watch the keynote speeches on our You Tube channel.