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.
Speak Out Stay Safe: new profile on PINS 10 things We Do to Make a Difference!
The NSPCC Schools Service talks to primary school children about abuse. Go to PINS 10 things we do to make a difference > Keep the Child at the Centre.
Do teachers need to care?
Caring relations will not accomplish everything, but they are the foundation for successful pedagogical activity. Go to PINS theme: Attainment
Leadership Programme for female senior staff of Voluntary Youth Work Organisations.
Leading to an Institute in Leadership and Management (ILM) Award in Leadership (SCQF 9) qualification. Go to PINS theme: What’s New Events and Training > January
Evidence is a journey
If you view gathering evidence as simply a means of demonstrating outcomes, you’re missing a trick. Go to PINS theme: Critical Stance
More school? Or more play?
Play is nature’s way to ensure children learn the skills they need for a healthy adult life. Go to PINS theme: GIRFEC
New guidance on aftercare and continuing care
Reinforcing the legal and ethical responsibilities of local authorities towards looked after young people and care leavers. Go to PINS theme: Looked After Children
Science Technology Engineering and Maths Education and Training Strategy for Scotland
Consulting on the approach to delivering STEM education across the education system. Go to PINS theme: What’s New Consultations
Restorative Approaches national training
Training for staff who plan to move forward with RA at school or local authority level. Go to PINS theme: What’s New Events and Training > January
10 tips for launching an inquiry-based classroom
It takes time to build up a strong inquiry-based teaching practice. Go to PINS theme: Curriculum
Literacy across learning in secondary school
Practical advice on how to plan, develop and extend young people’s literacy skills. Go to PINS theme: Curriculum