“I would encourage anyone thinking about their education to consider coming to Scotland.”
‘Inclusive education in Scotland starts from the belief that education is a human right and the foundation for a more just society.”
“Teachers and local authorities are key partners in delivering this approach and ensuring every child has the most suitable learning environment for their needs.”
Alison Drever began her teaching career at Papdale Primary School in Kirkwall.
Students at Stromness Academy have been taking part in a careers week to inspire and inform them of the variety of jobs available to them.
At Orkney Distillery Visitor Centre Jan 30 11:00 – 13:00 and 14:00 – 16:00,
“I encourage anyone with an interest to get in touch with the review, particularly those with experience of the assessments during the 2018/19 academic session.”
A trust fund is inviting applications for support towards educational projects that benefit people in Orkney.
“A skilled and diverse workforce is key to providing our children with high quality play and learning opportunities in their formative years. “
The success of the STEM bursary programme saw 107 bursaries approved totalling more than £2 million
“Life Gets Better Together”: Scottish Schools to Include LGBTI Inclusive Education in the Curriculum
Scotland “will be the first country in the world to have LGBTI inclusive education embedded within the curriculum.”