The Information Commissioners Office (ICO) has released a statement to confirm that information sharing for child protection purposes is not affected by the Supreme Court judgment on Parts 4 & 5 of the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014. The statement tells practitioners to “continue to share such information following best p
Enquire, the national advice service for additional support for learning, is sporting a new look. The decision to change their logo and artwork was based on the desire to emphasise the relevance of Enquire and the availability to anyone who has a question on additional support for learning, be it a parent or carer, teacher, therapist or you
Education Secretary John Swinney has set out a vision to give teachers, parents, children and young people, and communities more say in how schools are run. “Decisions should be taken at school level”, he said yesterday (Tuesday).
Yesterday, the National Parent Forum of Scotland (NPFS) launched their call for evidence on the Parental Involvement Act. They are asking all parents of school aged children to take a few minutes to complete a short survey which will inform their response.
Yesterday (Monday 12 Sept) Education Secretary John Swinney confirmed the Scottish Government had accepted all ten recommendations made in the report to transform Scotland into a maths positive nation and work would begin to implement them as soon as possible.