The General Teaching Council for Scotland

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11 Oct 2017

Learning to love thy neighbour

The British Council’s Stephen Hull examines teachers’ unique role in building strong and inclusive societies.
04 Oct 2017

The betty bus visits Scotland

The betty bus recently travelled to schools in Scotland, where trained facilitators delivered a free, PSHE curriculum-linked period education programme.
28 Sep 2017

Learning potential in greenspaces

Sharon Cunningham, Outdoor Learning Officer, explains how Scottish Natural Heritage’s new resource can help you to find, access and use your local greenspace for learning.
28 Sep 2017

Keep the Joy Alive

Emma Moore from CHAS tells us about their new poetry competition, Keep the Joy Alive.
25 Aug 2017

An innovative approach to raising attainment

Aimee Canavan of Wholistic Life - Coaching for Kids, tells us about the work of her organisation.
20 Jun 2017

Sparking curiosity with STEM competitions

Dr Zoe Moncrieff, Chemistry teacher at Inveralmond Community High School, writes about preparing pupils for a future in STEM.
19 Jun 2017

Going to be

SAMH talks about its new campaign and renews calls for staff in schools to be trained in mental health.
19 May 2017

Keeping up momentum for the Challenge at Fox Covert Primary

Fox Covert Primary School shares its secrets on engaging children in reading.
02 May 2017

Why dreaming is key to raising aspirations

Tim Hunter, Director of Learning and New Talent at BAFTA, encourages us all to keep on dreaming.
21 Mar 2017

St Mary's World of Work Week

St Mary’s Primary School in Largs held a World of Work Week giving the children an insight into where their learning can take them.