Welcome back to the new school year from PINS

The Pupil Inclusion Network is Scotland’s largest network supporting the voluntary sector and partners in work with learners who are vulnerable or excluded.

PINS talks LOVE

Is there a place for love in our professional relationships with children and young people?

Come join PINS network members to explore this key question. Along the way consider love and practice with care-experienced young people, love in early learning and care provision, love and the relationship between teachers and learners. Also then explore love as a human right, love on the school curriculum and indeed love as one of Scotland’s national outcomes. Please register for the event HERE

Monday 3rd December 2018  10am to 1pm
Teacher Building
14 St Enoch Square
Glasgow G1 4DB

Learning Together: Scotland’s national action plan on parental involvement, parental engagement, family learning and learning at home.

The three year plan helps ensure parents and families are supported to be involved in the life and work of their child’s school or early learning and childcare.
Go to PINS Theme: Attainment

Relationships, Sexual Health and Parenthood resource

A national resource is being developed to support RSHP learning. Educators are being asked to ‘get involved’ in testing new material.
Go to PINS theme: Health and wellbeing > Relationships and sexual health

Review of Learning at home

Learning at home can have significant immediate and longer term impacts on children in different ways.
Go to PINS theme: Parents

Happy birthday Baby Box!

Scotland's Baby Box has now been gifted to 52,065 families in its first year.
Go to PINS Theme: Early Years

Celebrations for exams results for care experienced young people

SQA has delivered results certificates to over 135,000 candidates including care-experienced young people at a special celebration. 
Go to PINS Theme: Attainment

Safeguarding isn’t just a concern for the international aid sector

Safeguarding should be a key priority for all charities, not just those working with groups traditionally considered at risk.
Go to PINS Theme: GIRFEC

Why I withdrew my child from the P1 tests

A parent blogs about the new primary one Scottish National Standardised Assessments (SNSAs).
Go to PINS theme: Critical Stance

CELCIS Education Forum

The Education Forum provides a platform for practitioners involved with, or interested in, the education of looked after children. Next meeting October 25th.
Go to PINS theme: Looked After Children

 

Site updated: Tuesday, October 2, 2018