Bridge of Allan Primary School was officially recognised by Education Scotland on Tuesday 17 September for their commitment to promoting digital skills in the classroom. The school was joined by more than 70 secondary and primary schools at the largest ever Digital Schools Awards, held at St Mungo’s High School, Falkirk, where a total of 114 schools were officially recognised.
Lyndsay MacNair said that the programme offers a real opportunity for schools to build on their digital capabilities. Participating in this programme has facilitated pupils in improving their skills and confidence in all aspects of digital learning, developed their understanding of how to keep themselves happy and safe while online and also provided ways to develop pupil leadership through supporting their peers in developing aspects of their digital literacy.
Whole SchoolComments Off on Stirling’s 24th Annual Doors Open Day Festival
Friday 14, Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 September is Stirling’s 24th annual Doors Open Day Festival. Family friendly, fun, educational and all completely FREE! Booklets have been given to all schools and can be found in all libraries, Council offices and many other locations throughout the Stirling area. For more info:
Whole SchoolComments Off on Education Statistics Privacy Notice
The Scottish Government and its partners collect and use information about pupils and staff in schools to help to improve education across Scotland.
The Education Statistics Privacy Notice is intended to provide information to pupils, teachers and parents about data collected and processed by the Scottish Government including why it is needed, our data policy and individuals’ data protection rights. This Education Statistics Privacy Notice has been updated in line with new GDPR regulations and can be found here: