- Develop skills in conversational Gaelic
- Develop skills in reading and writing
- Learn language that is useful in a classroom setting
- Develop knowledge of grammar
- Gain an understanding of the next steps to be taken to successfully transfer to teaching in Gaelic Medium Education.
To request an application form or for more information, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0141 341 1020.
12 May 2014, 4.00 pm
The focus of this edition of Early Years Matters is the Early Years Collaborative – Making Scotland the best place to grow up.
Included in this issue are articles on:
- Early Years Collaborative – Shirley Laing, Deputy Director for Early Years and Social Services Workforce at the Scottish Government, explains the role of the Early Years Collaborative in achieving the Government’s aim of improving outcomes for children and making Scotland the best place to grow up.
- The Model for Improvement – Gary Sutton, Improvement Adviser, Scottish Government, explains the Model.
- Tales of Bedtime Stories – Two local authorities share how they used the Improvement Methodology to support literacy development and attachments.
- The Wee Green Spaces Project – A project to encourage the frequent and regular use of local greenspaces in Aberdeen.
- Community Planning Partnerships – Falkirk Community Planning Partnership is working to meet the stretch aims of the Early Years Collaborative.
- One Glasgow – Glasgow City Council’s early intervention approach.
- Practice Development Team – How the Practice Development Team support the Early Years Collaborative across Scotland.
09.00-15.00, 7 May 2014, Hampden National Stadium, Glasgow
Teachers and senior managers in all schools, equality co-ordinators, and staff with a whole school responsibility for Games Legacy, including cluster initiatives, community learning and wider curriculum remits related to the Games (e.g. health and wellbeing). In addition it is relevant for those with a wider global citizenship remit and a particular interest in diversity and equality, tackling sectarianism and human rights issues.
Glow TV events:
SCHOLAR – Higher Maths – Revision
22 April 19:00
Register: http://bit.ly/ONMsFY (Glow log-in required)
Glow TV is delighted to offer pupils the opportunity to join a homework revision session on Higher Maths revision provided by SCHOLAR. This session will be presented by Margaret Ferguson, SCHOLAR Online Tutor for Maths.
The Leaders Award for STEM
25 April 2014, 9.30
Register: http://bit.ly/1lPMcoB (Glow log-in required)
Roma Agrawal, an Associate Structural Engineer at WSP, will be talking to students about her career and her role in designing bridges, skyscrapers and sculptures with signature architects over her eight year career. She will then take questions from the students in the studio and logged in on Glow TV. Roma Agrawal is being interviewed to encourage students to engage with The Leaders Award for STEM. More information on this Glow TV event is on the Education Scotland Learning Blog.
Divided City by Theresa Breslin: New Musical Version for Primary Schools
28 April 2014, 11:00
Register: http://bit.ly/1jYpnfR (Glow log-in required)
Join Theresa Breslin and Elly Goodman of the Citizens Theatre as they offer a unique insight into the history of bringing this iconic book to the stage. Pupils and teachers will get the chance to ask Theresa and Elly questions about the play and the book and to find out more about this ground-breaking project. The Citizens Theatre has now staged three large scale musical theatre productions of Theresa Breslin’s Divided City, adapted for the stage by Martin Travers with an original score and songs by Claire McKenzie. More information about this Glow TV event is on the Education Scotland Learning Blog.
For full details of these and other events, please log in to Glow and view the current schedule: (Glow log-in and password required).
Applications are invited for the post of Chair of the Board of Directors for the Scottish College for Educational Leadership (SCEL).
The key role of the Chair is to provide strategic leadership in the establishment of SCEL. The post provides an exciting opportunity to oversee the formation of SCEL in collaboration with the Board of Directors and the Chief Executive Officer. The closing date is 25 April 2014.
Tha fiosrachadh, goireasan agus naidheachdan bho Foghlam Alba air an duilleag seo:http://gaidhlig.educationscotland.gov.uk/
Tha na goireasan a leanas a-nis air loidhne:
NQ Course Materials for
- N3 Geography GME
- H Gaelic (Learners)
- N3 Gaelic (Learners)
- H Gàidhlig
- N3 Gàidhlig
(feumar facal-faire Glow)