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YOUR ONLINE PROFILE

Throughout your probationary period you should be gathering evidence to prove you are meeting the Standard for Full Registration (SFR). Teacher Induction Scheme probationers employed in local authority schools should compile this information and submit it in an online profile.

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LGBT Youth Scotland

LGBT Youth Scotland

In2Teaching recently met with Brandi-Lee Lough Dennell, Policy and Research Manager, for LGBT Youth Scotland to discuss the work it does to empower LGBT people in Scotland.

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Joint winners of prestigious education award

A teacher from Holytown Primary School in Lanarkshire and a teacher from Letham Primary School in West Lothian are joint winners of the George D Gray CBE MA Award for 2014.

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Waverley Care

Waverley Care

In2Teaching recently met with Nichola Frith, Children and Families Project Manager, and Alison Irving, Communications Co-ordinator, from Waverley Care to discuss the work they do supporting people living with HIV and Hepatitis C.

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Consultation

consultation

We have launched a consultation inviting interested parties to comment on the possibility of Secondary Probationer teachers achieving full registration in two subjects.

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Pupils shine a light on global education

Lights up Malawi

Carol singing by solar light took place at St Mark's Primary School, East Renfrewshire, as part of the Scotland Lights up Malawi project. The innovative approach to the traditional Christmas concert was part of the Barrhead primary school's participation in Keep Scotland Beautiful and Eco-Schools Scotland's education programme for the project.