Current Activities – LT Scotland

National Science Week @ The Big Idea
ICT can provide a wealth of resources to support the teaching of science in the classroom. Learning and Teaching Scotland, in partnership with The Big Idea, is bringing National Science Week to Irvine to display some of the ICT resources that are available…

Becta/Guardian UK School and College Web Site Awards 2001
Schools and colleges have been offered the chance to demonstrate their imagination, creativity and use of the latest technology by entering the prestigious Becta/Guardian UK School and College Web Site Awards 2001…

Computers for Teachers
Computers for Teachers deadline extended to 5 February 2001!
Up to 3,500 Scottish schoolteachers will be given help to buy their own personal computers under the second phase of a scheme…

Education for Citizenship Consultation
Consultation on Learning and Teaching Scotland’s paper: Education for Citizenship in Scotland now includes materials for Young People and breaks new ground with online consultation…

Learning Software
See Learning and Teaching Scotland’s range of learning software….

Training Around Scotland
For the first time Learning and Teaching Scotland is able to offer local authorities, schools and other organisations the opportunity…

Netd@ys Europe
Netd@ys is a huge campaign to promote the use of multimedia techniques in the areas of education and culture…

Communities Channel
The Communities Channel is part of the overall National Grid for Learning Scotland Web Service and has been developed in collaboration with Learning and…

Learning Schools Programme
New Opportunities Fund (NOF) ICT Training Initiative is funding the training of serving teachers and school librarians in Scotland. Over 100,000 UK teachers are now registered with the Learning Schools Programme…

Revised 5-14 Guidelines
In 1998 the Minister for Education asked for a review of the Scottish 5-14 guidelines…

Sex Education in Scottish Schools Consultation
In October 1999 the Scottish Executive announced its intention to repeal Section 2A of the Local Government Act 1986. The Executive also announced…