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BBC News - Education
news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/education
The latest news in Education from the BBC News pages.

BBC WebGuide - Scottish Schools
www.bbc.co.uk/webguide/schools/scotland
Links to non-BBC websites for pupils, parents and teachers. These are sites that have been identified as having content relevant to the Scottish curriculum, and are broken down into their corresponding subjects and levels.

BBC Learning
www.bbc.co.uk/learning/
Check out the BBC websites catered to help lifelong learning.

BBC Schools
www.bbc.co.uk/schools
Learning resources for home and school from our colleagues in London.

BBC Schools WebGuide
www.bbc.co.uk/webguide/schools/
Comprehensive guide to non-BBC websites for pupils, parents and teachers. Divided into National curriculum categories.

BBC Northern Ireland Learning
www.bbc.co.uk/northernireland/education
Learning resources for all ages in Northern Ireland.

BBC Wales Education and Learning
www.bbc.co.uk/wales/education
Your starting point for all educational sites, games and resources for all ages in Wales.
Other Sites

Careers Scotland
www.careers-scotland.org.uk/
Careers Scotland offers an all-age careers guidance and information service. Careers Scotland is part of Skills Development Scotland, and is funded by the Scottish Government.

Eco Schools Scotland
www.ecoschoolsscotland.org/
Eco Schools is an international initiative designed to encourage whole-school action for the environment.

Education-line
www.leeds.ac.uk/educol/index.html
A freely accessible database of the full text of conference papers, working papers and electronic literature which supports educational research, policy and practice.

EIS
www.eis.org.uk/
The homepape of Scotland's largest teaching union.

The General Teaching Council for Scotland
www.gtcs.org.uk/
The GTC Scotland has responsibility for maintaining and enhancing the quality of teaching in Scotland.

Learning and Teaching Scotland
www.ltscotland.org.uk/
LT Scotland provides advice, support, resources and staff development which seek to enhance the quality of learning in Scotland.

National Qualifications Online
www.ltscotland.org.uk/nq/
NQ Online is the resource to support learning and teaching in Scotland's secondary schools and further education colleges. Includes a searchable electronic library of support materials and resources, including teaching and student packs on individual subjects, practical activities for the classroom, specimen exam questions, sample projects and management advice.

National Register of CPD Providers
www.cpdregister.org.uk/
The National Register is a facility supported by the Scottish Executive and the General Teaching Council for Scotland that seeks to provide an efficient and imaginative CPD website for the teaching profession enabling teachers to select and attend CPD opportunities delivered by specialised providers. There are currently over 200 providers and 2000 CPD opportunities available online now.

Scottish Council for Research in Education
www.scre.ac.uk/
The SCRE's functions are to conduct educational research and to communicate the findings of its own and others' research in education.

Scottish Cultural Resources Access Network
www.scran.ac.uk/schools/
SCRAN gives worldwide access to multimedia educational resources on international culture and world heritage.

Scottish Educational Research Association
http://www.sera.ac.uk/
A forum for the key thinkers and practitioners in Scottish Education to air their research findings and views.

Scottish Executive Education Department
www.scotland.gov.uk/who/dept_education.asp
The SEED is responsible for administering policy on pre-school and school education; children and young people; and tourism, culture and sport.

Scottish Further Education Unit
www.sfeu.ac.uk/
A unique and authoritative guide designed for anyone looking for up-to-date information on Scottish colleges and post-compulsory education.

Scottish Parent Teacher Council
www.sptc.info
"A national voice for parents". Encouraging co-operation between home and school, education authorities, central government and all those concerned with education in Scotland.

Scottish Qualifications Authority
www.sqa.org.uk/
SQA is the national body in Scotland responsible for the development, accreditation, assessment, and certification of qualifications other than degrees.

Scottish School Board Association
www.schoolboard-scotland.com/
The SSBA aims to promote and encourage partnerships in education.


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