Are apprenticeships the way forward? Helping pupils into the workplace

There’s a lot to balance when you’re a teacher – managing your students’ coursework, teaching everything from the way cells work to conjugating French verbs, and prepping for exams. But what about after they leave school? It’s increasingly important to make sure that students are well-equipped for life outside the classroom. That means with the […]

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Take your class to see Dalí’s paintings in New Lanark this Spring

New Lanark World Heritage Site is a unique 18th century mill village sitting alongside the picturesque River Clyde less than one hour from Glasgow and Edinburgh. Visitors can see recreated millworkers’ houses, historic working machinery and the nearby ‘Falls of Clyde’ waterfalls. There’s a Mill Shop selling locally made textiles, welcoming Mill Café and the […]

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National 5 revision tips with Leckie & Leckie

Exams are always stressful – but this year’s students have the added challenge of being the first to sit the new format National 5, which places more emphasis on the final exam and less on individual unit assessments throughout the year. This means nailing those revision and exam techniques has never been more important! So how […]

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Learn Gaelic in the classroom with Go!Gaelic

Go!Gaelic is a great way to learn Gaelic in the classroom. Go!Gaelic is a vast online suite of sequenced resources designed to support teachers and created by Stòrlann Nàiseanta na Gàidhlig, the Gaelic educational resources organisation based in Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis but with a responsibility to schools teaching Gaelic all over Scotland. […]

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