PINS website re-launched

Categories: Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities, Family Environment and Alternative Care and General measures of implementation

31st August 2011

The Pupil Inclusion Network is a Scottish Government funded grouping of agencies working in the voluntary and statutory sectors, all supporting learning for vulnerable and excluded children and young people.

The PINS web based resource at http://www.pinscotland.org has recently re-launched, ready for another year long programme which informs PINS members about latest developments and resources useful to practitioners in the field.

PINS holds regular seminars on educational issues, these are free of charge and promoted via the PINS site.

The approach is broad but PINS is interested in a number of key themes which include: Curriculum for Excellence, GIRFEC and Exclusions.

PINS latest thematic work is around Early Years and Looked after Children and Young People and Learning.

Membership is free and members receive a monthly e-newsletter.

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