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As 138,000 candidates wake up to an unprecedented exam results day, GTC Scotland gives thanks to teachers and pupils as well as support and advice.
GTCS asked clinical psychologist Dr Emma Hepburn to create a resource that would support all of our new probationers over the summer.
A new workforce support group created in response to Covid-19 is surveying Scotland’s education and early learning and childcare workforce to find out what additional training and wellbeing support is needed.
The General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTC Scotland) is working collaboratively to help and support teachers, children and young people and other stakeholders to ensure a safe return to schools.
If you pay your Annual Registration Fee directly to GTC Scotland, you will soon receive an email including details of the payment method and a deadline to make payment by.
Claire Lavelle looks at ways to support us in processing challenging emotions, using a range of coaching strategies and approaches.
A study by the General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTC Scotland) into professional learning, has found that 94% of teachers who participated believed their professional learning has an impact on their learners.
Headteachers of the future have been awarded with the General Teaching Council for Scotland’s Standard for Headship after successfully completing the Education Scotland coordinated Into Headship programme.
The results of the GTC Scotland consultation on a refreshed set of Professional Standards and revised Professional Code have now been published, identifying 28 recommendations under three themes.
GTCS has collected a variety of resources which we hope will be useful to probationers who are looking to engage in learning activities during the school closures.
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