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Education Scotland is a Scottish Government executive agency charged with supporting quality and improvement in Scottish education and thereby securing the delivery of better learning experiences and outcomes for Scottish learners of all ages. For information on additional support for learning visit this page on their website – https://education.gov.scot/scottish-education-system/Support%20for%20all
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Glow Connect is the place to get information, help and support for Glow. Here you can find out more about what Glow is, its educational benefits and keep up to date with what is happening with Glow.
Click on the button below to find support for practitioners, local authorities, children and young people at this time.
Sites and collections from this organization are listed below. Narrow your results at left, or enter a search query below to find a collection, site, specific URL or to search the text of archived webpages.
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Schoolhouse SCIO is Scotland’s national home education charity (SC026965), which was formed in 1996 and is now a well-established and well respected source of independent information and support for anyone interested in home education.
We aim to provide reassurance that home education is a legal and successful alternative to school, and is widely practised in Scotland. We hope you will find this website a useful resource and that you will consider becoming a member of Schoolhouse or making a donation to help us continue our work.
Adults in Scotland are being invited to complete the Adult Learning Survey, to tell us about where they learn, why they learn, when they…
The UK’s first ever National Numeracy Day is fast approaching… Nearly half (49%) of working-age adults in the UK currently have numeracy levels that…
View the report by the Fraser of Allander Institute ‘The value of college graduates to the Scottish economy’.
National Bargaining has been reintroduced to the sector following an absence of over 20 years.
It was created by Association of Directors of Education (ADES), in conjunction with the Scottish Government, Local Authorities across Scotland and the Ministry of Defence.
This website brings together information for both educators and Armed Forces parents about the education of Service children in Scotland.
Each year, HMiE inspect and report on the quality of education in a sample of pre-school centres, primary schools, secondary schools, special schools, community learning and development services, colleges, and residential educational provision. HMiE also inspect the education functions of local authorities.
Education Scotland aims to provide assurance on the quality of Scottish education and promote improvement and innovation to enhance learners’ experiences and lead to better outcomes.