” progress towards delivery has been slow and now seems to have been shelved indefinitely.” Liam McArthur MSP
The Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973 requires councils to appoint religious representatives to committees considering education matters.
“There is a very clear and urgent need to address shortages within the teacher workforce to support education recovery. ” Jo Hill, EIS Local Association Secretary
To Build a Broch is designed to be read as a book, or broken into pieces to support indoor and outdoor learning. It presents a fresh take on both the interpretation of our ancient past and our contemporary archaeological practice.
Out of 202 school leavers, 195 Orcadian students have gone on to positive destinations in the period 2020/2021.
“The only food we get in a day is from Mary’s Meals. That is what made us join the school since we don’t have food at home.” – Aping aged 12
Pupils at the Sanday School are to explore the women’s suffrage movement with the help of a free Scottish Suffrage History Education Pack.
“Nothing is more important than ensuring every child and young person has the same opportunity to succeed in education, regardless of their background – we will deliver this for them.”
“Every time we teach a child something, we keep him from inventing it himself.” Jean Piaget
Packs of cards which celebrate the Suffrage movement in Scotland and those who campaigned so that women would have the right to vote are being sent out to Scottish schools.