The “Keeping Myself Safe” training scheduled for 31st January 2014 has been moved to Friday 7th March, 9.30-3.30 in the Brunton Hall, Musselburgh. This training is for P6/P7 Teachers who will be using the resource, and will also be particularly useful for newly appointed Head Teachers.
Course content includes the KMS resource, child protection and digital safety.
Full course details can be found here and bookings should be e-mailed to the Staff Development Team, firstname.lastname@example.org
Please find below details for this session’s Little and Large Cookery Competition 2011.
Little and Large invite 2011
Calling all Supply Teachers!
If you haven’t already done so, please join CPDStepin, the online community for supply teachers and other underemployed colleagues who face additional challenges in accessing CPD?
This professional community is on Glow and provides a wide range of support for CPD and PRD just for you. Don’t forget that LTScotland will provide a Glow username and password for you if needed. (Note this offer is open only to supply and underemployed teachers who can’t access Glow through the usual channels).
See this blog post for more details www.bit.ly/stepin2
If you are in the Edinburgh area, why not come to a practical session in Broughton High School on 26th January at 4.30 pm. We are particularly pleased that the Cabinet Secretary, Mike Russell, has kindly agreed to lead a discussion as part of the session. The theme for the discussion is “The challenge of keeping your skills up-to-date for CfE when not fully employed”. See this CPDFind opportunity for more details, www.bit.ly/stepin1
Even if you can’t attend in person, you can take part in the discussion through CPDMeet. See this CPDFind opportunity for more details, www.bit.ly/stepin1
We hope to see you on CPDStepin
This is an exciting new project run by our Educational Psychologists. It’s a fantastic leadership opportunity for staff to develop a run a school based project in health and wellbeing, not only benefiting the schools and the pupils but also developing personal project management skills.
Find out more by clicking on the following link: Managing School Projects