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LAST UPDATED: 8th July 2020 Interventions for Equity: A framework to support Pupil Equity Funding

This is an introduction to the initial version of a framework which has been developed to support schools in the use of Scottish Attainment Challenge.

LAST UPDATED: 27th February 2018 Reporting to Parents and Carers – Guidance for schools and ELC settings

Guidance to support schools and authorities in considering the National Improvement Framework key driver of improvement 'Parental engagement' when developing their approaches to reporting.

LAST UPDATED: 20th April 2020 Team around the Child Model in South Ayrshire

​Case study looking at the team organised to deliver a Child’s Pathway across South Ayrshire.

LAST UPDATED: 17th April 2018 Families of Self Improving Schools in North Lanarkshire

​​This exemplar describes how North Lanarkshire have created families of schools to encourage headteachers to work collegiately on school improvement.

LAST UPDATED: 21st January 2020 National Improvement Framework: Improvement planning and reporting poster

​This poster offers a user-friendly summary of the key principles for improvement planning and standards and quality reports, in the context of the National Improvement Framework (NIF).

LAST UPDATED: 28th April 2020 'Everything is creative' infographic maker

​An online digital tool that allows you to quickly create your own high quality creativity and improvement infographics, memes and posters.

LAST UPDATED: 24th January 2020 Professional Discussion Papers in RME

​These papers explore specific issues in RME around visiting speakers; religious and cultural artefacts and sites of religious and cultural interest.

LAST UPDATED: 27th June 2019 Scotland's Scientists: A Gaelic Language Resource

​This resource contains nine biographies of Scottish Scientists taken from the Scottish Science Hall of Fame. The biographies are available in Gaelic.

LAST UPDATED: 28th January 2020 Childline resource: Racial bullying video

​In this Childline video resource, Sam and Taha talk openly and honestly about racism, what they think causes it, and how it can be prevented.