GTC Scotland

The General Teaching Council for Scotland

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GTC Scotland is in a unique position to effect change in education, says new Chief Executive and Registrar Dr Pauline Stephen.
A transformative educational programme offers learners and teachers the opportunity to rediscover their natural resilience.
From pretzels to Pluto: how dance is helping pupils learn and raise attainment.
For the profession, teacher agency, Professional Values and judgement and diversity are key if we are to reimagine education.
On 16 March 2021, in the Year of Childhood, the Scottish Parliament voted to incorporate the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) into Scots law.
Headteachers are navigating many changes but have opportunities for development.
Children in Scotland and Intercultural Youth Scotland are working on important research to help build a diverse teaching profession in Scotland.
A ground-breaking study into how Gaelic is perceived by secondary school pupils and how it develops their linguistic and cognitive skills found significant benefits of speaking the language alongside a global language such as English.
Ken Muir takes a look at what the history of Scottish education can teach us about the way forward.
A new normal or better normal for examinations in Scotland?
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