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EARLSTON ACADEMY arrived

on Sunday for their residential

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Congratulations to St Ninians High School

Congratulations to St Ninians High School who have been awarded the Excellence in Professional Learning at the GTCS National Awards! This is given to those within the education sector who show a real commitment to professional learning which has the power to transfer the thinking and practice of teaching practitioners and the lives of children and young people.

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Some fantastic comments from our Graduates.

“Columba 1400 started my journey. It taught me to believe in myself and I have been able to use my values every day to push me further.” Graduate from a 2009 Young People’s Leadership Academy speaking in 2016 age 22

“It is a must for all Head Teachers. It provides space to think and tools to access those thoughts. In a world where our jobs are increasingly more challenging, it is essential we are supported to be the best we can be.” Graduate from a 2013 Head Teacher’s Leadership Academy, speaking in 2015

Watch a video of the Columba 1400 Youth Forum in action

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Congratulations to our Trustee and Graduate Lindsey Watt who has been awarded the Robert Owen Awards for an Inspirational Educator

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