Tag Archives: Gaelic medium education

Modern Apprenticeship Gaelic Administrator Opportunity⤴

from @ Education Scotland's Learning Blog

Giglets Education are looking to recruit an enthusiastic Modern Apprentice with fluent skills in Gaelic to join their team.

For more information and to apply please follow this link :

https://www.obraichean.co.uk/job/giglets-education-2-modern-apprenticeship-gaelic-administrator/ 

Social Enterprise Opportunity⤴

from @ Education Scotland's Learning Blog

In support of Year of Young People 2018, Historic Environment Scotland and Social Enterprise Academy have launched a new opportunity for schools and social enterprises, aimed at inspiring young entrepreneurs and promoting Gaelic language. For more information contact kathleen.mclaughlin@hes.scot.

Briefing on Gaelic Education⤴

from @ Education Scotland's Learning Blog

Seo fiosrachadh ùr:

https://education.gov.scot/improvement/documents/gael4briefinggaeliceducationfeb18.pdf

Please see our latest Briefing on Gaelic Education here:

https://education.gov.scot/improvement/documents/gael4briefinggaeliceducationfeb18.pdf

Gaelic Medium Teachers Wanted⤴

from @ Education Scotland's Learning Blog

The Scottish Government has commissioned Gaelic Medium Education Scottish National Standardised Assessments (GME SNSA) as part of the National Improvement Framework. The GME SNSA will assess children and young people from Gaelic Medium Education in reading, writing and numeracy during P1, P4, P7 and S3.

Giglets Education is developing the GME SNSA for launch in schools in August 2018. We are now bringing together a team of educators with experience of CfE in Gaelic Medium Education to develop content for the GME National Standardised Assessments.

Please visit https://www.obraichean.co.uk/job/giglets-education-5-gme-assessment-content-developer-2/ for details and to apply.

Conference for Gaelic Medium Education (GME)⤴

from @ Education Scotland's Learning Blog

Flexible Approaches to Promoting and Delivering Gaelic across the Curriculum

Tuesday 27th February 2018 at Jury’s Hotel, Inverness

Bòrd na Gàidhlig are hosting a conference to support the delivery of GME at the secondary stages.   The agenda includes:

  • E-Sgoil sharing how digital technology may be used to deliver the curriculum
  • SQA providing an update on the qualifications that are available to support GME.

To register for the conference, please contact Carol@gaidhlig.scot

Please search Gaelic on the National Improvement Hub for useful resources to support the development of the secondary GME curriculum.  These include:

Quality and Improvement in Scottish Education, 2012-2016 with chapter on GME and commentary

Statutory Guidance on Gaelic Education, 2017

Education Scotland Advice on Gaelic Medium Education at the Secondary Stages

Conference on Gaelic Education – Transitions to Secondary

e-Sgoil: A GME Curriculum Through Digital Technology

Advice on the Broad General Education

Advice on the Senior Phase and Beyond the Senior Phase

 

Professional learning in leadership⤴

from @ Education Scotland's Learning Blog

Newly-appointed headteachers can now apply to join Scottish College of Educational Leadership (SCEL)’s In Headship programme.  The In Headship programme encompasses the role of a headteacher as a strategic leader within, across and beyond the school community.  It is designed to facilitate and support head teachers in the transition through the early stages of headship, to enable them to develop as effective strategic leaders who contribute to system leadership. This programme aims to support the first phase of headship and develop an understanding of the Standard for Headship in practice. For more information and to apply, please visit:

http://www.scelscotland.org.uk/what-we-offer/school-leadership/in-headship/ …

For details of other leadership developments for education practitioners at all levels, please visit:

http://www.scelscotland.org.uk/

Resources to support literacy – Scottish Book Trust⤴

from @ Education Scotland's Learning Blog

Funding for author visits available through First Minister’s Reading Challenge

Over 50 schools around Scotland are enjoying inspirational author visits through the First Minister’s Reading Challenge Inspiring Classrooms fund. If successful, your school could receive a £500 grant to bring an author to your school. Please note: you must register for the Reading Challenge to be eligible to apply for this opportunity.

P1 teachers: we need your feedback

Win a reading tent, cushions and a bundle of books by telling us what you thought of this year’s Bookbug Primary 1 Family Bag. Fill out our survey by 31 January 2018 to be in with a chance of scooping this great prize.

Enter our 50 word fiction competition

Our flash fiction competition challenges you and your pupils to compose a story in 50 words or less. This month, we’re looking for stories featuring an old piano. Get your entries to us by 31 January 2017 for the chance to win exciting prizes and have your story featured on our website.

Gaelic Education Award/Duais Foghlam Gaidhlig⤴

from @ Education Scotland's Learning Blog

The Scottish Education Awards recognise early learning and childcare settings and schools that have developed a vibrant and progressive culture and climate of continuous innovation in relation to Gaelic Medium and Gaelic Learner Education. The culture and ethos should promote respect, ambition and achievement in Gaelic Education while improving outcomes for all learners in ways which eliminate inequity.

Do you know an early learning and childcare centre or school that can respond to the above statement? Then why not nominate them for the Gaelic Education Award?

Nominations close at 12 noon on Wednesday 14 February 2018

PLEASE NOMINATE AT

www.scottisheducationawards.co.uk

Deputy First Minister’s Maths Challenge: GME Version⤴

from @ Education Scotland's Learning Blog

Tha Dùbhlan Matamataig an Leas Phrìomh Mhinisteir ri fhaighinn ann an Gàidhlig an seo:

http://gaelic.readwritecount.scot/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/148167_SCT1117349458-1_DFM_Maths_Challenge_A3_Gaelic-WEB22-1.pdf

Tha sinn an dòchas gun còrd e ruibh.

Deputy First Minister’s Maths Challenge is available through the medium of Gaelic:

http://gaelic.readwritecount.scot/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/148167_SCT1117349458-1_DFM_Maths_Challenge_A3_Gaelic-WEB22-1.pdf

Fun, festive activities to keep your child busy over the holidays!

Bookbug and Read, Write, Count in GME: Professional learning resource.⤴

from @ Education Scotland's Learning Blog

Please see this presentation which gives an overview of the Read, Write, Count initiative.  It explores the potential of Read, Write, Count as a parental engagement tool and discusses practical ways to integrate Read, Write, Count in schools and communities.

The presentation includes how Bookbug and Read, Write, Count has been  used as a support tool for parental engagement and family learning in Gaelic Medium Education. It also  highlights the related impact on Gaelic language development .

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