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Edinburgh Festival Event – Mary Queen of Scots
5 HRS AGO - A new music project, coming to the Edinburgh Festival, explores the life and influence of Mary Expand
Pupils taught to help classmates at risk of ‘honour’ violence
8 HRS AGO - Pupils are being taught how to help classmates at risk of honour-based violence under a pioneering Expand
Confusion already a major stumbling block to SNP school reforms
14 HRS AGO - WITH the ink not yet dry on the Scottish Government’s Next Steps document on the future of school Expand
Schoolbench unveiled at Moray school in memory of pupil
23 HRS AGO - Classmates at a Moray primary school have unveiled a playground bench in memory of seven-year-old Expand
Scotland’s saltmarshes are mapped for the first time
1 DAY AGO - The Habitat Map of Scotland Project has now completed the next step in mapping our coast with the Expand
US-style behaviour programme set for Scottish schools
1 DAY AGO - A groundbreaking US programme that aims to prevent conflict in young schoolchildren is to be Expand
Strong performance for Scotland’s universities in the TEF
1 DAY AGO - Today (Thursday, 22nd June) marks the first publication of the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) Expand
Napier and EICC team up for degree in business events
2 DAYS AGO - Edinburgh Napier University and the Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC) have teamed Expand
Benchmarks – the value of collaboration
7 HRS AGO - A blog by Lorna Harvey, Acting Senior Education Officer for Numeracy and Mathematics Last year ( Expand
Brian Wilson: The SNP are great at asking for your views – but nobody’s listening
8 HRS AGO - The Scottish ­Government are big on consultations. You name it, they’ll ­consult Expand
Key plank of Scottish school shake-up attacked as ‘dysfunctional’ and ‘incoherent’
14 HRS AGO - A KEY plank of the biggest shake-up of the way schools are run in Scotland has been attacked as Expand
Kezia Dugdale: Further education drop-out numbers have doubled since 2011/12
23 HRS AGO - The number of students dropping out of further education has more than doubled in four years, Expand
Summary applications and enrolment data for academic years 2016-17 and 2017-18
1 DAY AGO - This Call for Information requests colleges to provide summary applications and related enrolment Expand
Billy Connolly to receive honorary degree from Strathclyde
1 DAY AGO - Sir Billy Connolly is to receive an honorary degree from the University of Strathclyde today.
Nicola Sturgeon criticised by parents from Muslim primary
1 DAY AGO - PARENTS from a privately-run Muslim school have held a protest after ministers rejected their bid Expand
Inspectors find four new city schools with defects, MSPs hear
2 DAYS AGO - DEFECTS have been found at four more Edinburgh schools in an inspection instigated after 17 Expand
St Patrick’s Primary School Coatbridge Faith Award Pupils
2 DAYS AGO - Primary 7 Pupils from St Patrick’s Primary Coatbridge celebrate receiving the Pope Francis Expand
Experimental bone growth treatment saves dog’s leg
8 HRS AGO - Scientists and veterinarians at a Scottish university have helped save a dog from losing its leg Expand
Graduates 2017: Charlotte’s story
23 HRS AGO - This month we have a series of blogs from young people who are weeks away from graduating and are Expand
Thousands of customers ‘at risk’ following Virgin Media hack
1 DAY AGO - VIRGIN Media is advising more than 800,000 customers with a specific router to change their Expand
Police attend incident at Edinburgh’s Royal Infirmary
1 DAY AGO - POLICE are in attendance at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh (RIE) following reports of a male Expand
First graduate-level medicine school to tackle GP staffing crisis
1 DAY AGO - Scotland’s first graduate-level medicine course is being established in a bid to address the Expand
Watchdogs issue warning over £19m college deficit
1 DAY AGO - SCOTLAND’S colleges are facing an uncertain financial future with growing deficits and a decline Expand
Benchmarks – the value of collaboration
2 DAYS AGO - A blog by Lorna Harvey, Acting Senior Education Officer for Numeracy and Mathematics Last year ( Expand

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A blog by Lorna Harvey, Acting Senior Education Officer for

Chainsaws, rotten wood and cages: the efforts to save the pine hoverfly

Athayde Tonhasca discusses the conservation efforts to protect one

Edinburgh International Book Festival

Baillie Gifford Schools Programme – 21-29 August 2017

Water Safety

As we approach the summer holidays, Scottish Water would like to

Ask the Explorer!

Glow TV is delighted to support inspirational explorers Luke and

E-Sgoil: A digital solution for Gaelic Medium Education Scottish Learning Festival: Wednesday 20 September

E-Sgoil offers schools a digital learning solution to increase the

A sensory onslaught in the Shiant Isles

SNH’s Chris Leakey and Glen Tyler spend time marvelling at

SLF 2017: DYW seminars

This year’s Scottish Learning Festival continuous to offers a wide

Edinburgh International Film Festival 2017

The programme for EIFF Youth Hub 2017 is now live! Now in its

Gorge ablaze – fired up for conservation at Ness Glen

The prolonged spell of dry, warm weather in late April and early

QuISE – Sharing the privilege of what inspectors see

By Alastair Delaney, Director of Inspection Being an HM Inspector

Gaelic Medium Education – self-improvement, attainment and leadership

By Joan Esson, HM Inspector and Lead Officer for inspection of

Tentsmuir National Nature Reserve

Reserve Manager Tom Cunningham reflects on events in and around

Food Education News June 2017

Please find below Food Education News for June 2017, which includes

“Children need to be more involved in talking about their own learning and progress”

By Jackie Maley, HM Inspector and Lead Officer for early learning

Bridging the science-policy gap, one conference at a time

Amanda Trask, a research ecologist at the British Trust for

DYW COSLA event: 21 June 17

COSLA is hosting a national Developing Scotland’s Young Workforce

How simple pleasures enhance wellbeing

John Muir Award Scotland Inclusion Manager, Lucy Sparks, spends
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