Empty widget.
Home / Posts Tagged "Education"
Business / Hame Fae Hame wins UK awardSunday Times/Lloyds accolade comes with mentoring session from fitness coach
Education / Further education targets may be missed
Education / College looks to understand future skills requirements of energy sector
Education / Don’t cut spending in education to plug any Covid funding shortfall, councillor warns
Education / Councillors seek reassurance over remote learningThe education and families committee also hears that staff in children’s services have already begun receiving Covid vaccinations
Education / School counselling service in demand
Business Gateway - webinars to support and promote your business
Education / Frustration simmers again at community council over delays on going ‘cashless’ at Anderson
Updated Remote learning disrupted on first day as national problem affects software
Education / SIC reassures parents over extension of remote learning
Education / More details released around return to school
Education / Council releases first details on how schools will operate after Christmas break
Education / MSYP supports decision to call off exams
Education / Higher and advanced higher exams to be cancelled
Education / Council not swayed by request to introduce remote learning around Christmas
Education / College students adapting well to blended learning, meeting hears
Education / New name picked for merged collegeWork across colleges and Train Shetland over last few months also praised by councillors
Education / Education chair has faith in judgement of teachers for next year’s grades
Education / No National 5 exams next yearChairman of SIC’s education and families committee welcomes clarity over exam diet
Education / Sandison appointed to oversee college merger
Education / Young people ‘really engaged’ with sexual violence education workshops
Education / ‘Don’t be fooled’ by ‘weak’ Whalsay nursery inspection grades, councillor says
Education / Reopening of schools mapped out as soft start to cover first week backChildren’s services director Helen Budge says she wants parents and pupils to feel confident as schools reopen
Education / Funding announced for extra teachers and health protection measures in schools
Education / Merged college name not proving too popularCouncil says the name Shetland Institute UHI should be reconsidered
Education / ‘Soft start’ planned for return to school in AugustEducation and families committee chairman George Smith concedes there is ‘still so much uncertainty’ for officials and staff
Education / Schools could re-open fully in mid-August if progress against virus continues
Education / SIC to submit plan for reopening schoolsTransport a major factor in planning for return of schools, says education and families committee chairman George Smith
Letters / Change needed in Scottish educationOpen letter to Beatrice Wishart MSP
Education / No plans to open schools in evenings as part of blended learning model
Education / UHI’s autumn term dates remain on track
 Newer Posts1 of 2Older Posts 
Page 1 of 2