Welcome to 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.

Delivering Excellence and Equity in Scottish Education: A Delivery Plan for Scotland

Actions focus on the Governments educational priorities including closing the attainment gap. Go to PINS theme: Attainment

Bullying: What can I do?

A new resource – short film and resource pack – from respect me. Go to Other Resources > Schools and Learning

Poverty in Scotland

Poverty Truth Commission remind us that 1 in 8 children live in low income households and go without necessities. Go to PINS theme: GIRFEC

Education Outcomes for Looked After Children 2014/15

Attainment, school attendance, exclusions and post-school destinations continues to show inequity but improvement. Go to PINS theme: Looked After Children

How good is our Learning and Development in our Community?

Education Scotland has refreshed its self-evaluation framework for CLD practitioners. Go to PINS Theme: Critical stance

The Scottish Prison Service Learning and Skills Strategy

Everyone in their care of the Prison Service should have the opportunity to engage in creative and flexible learning. Go to PINS theme: Curriculum

Dignity: Ending Hunger Together in Scotland

An independent group explores food poverty: the right to food is understood as a matter of justice rather than charity. Go to PINS theme: Health and Wellbeing > The importance of food…

 

Site updated: Saturday, July 2, 2016