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Friday 13th MarchJames Young High School, Livingston, West Lothian
The document below summarises the discussion which took place during the conference and outlines the key enablers and challenges for implementing the 1+2 language learning model.
Introduction by Chairs of the SIG: Michael Wood, Director of Education,
Dundee City Council Tim Simons, Head of Curriculum Unit, Scottish Government.
Education Scotland Overview Jane Renton, Assistant Director.
Planning for Implementation Jane Renton
Maureen McNaughton, Education Officer, West Lothian Council and Janey Mauchline, Quality Improvement Officer, South Lanarkshire Council.
Plenary discussion on Planning for Implementation and the key enablers for
success and key blockages led by Bruce Robertson & Jane Renton, Assistant Director, Education Scotland.
Approaches in clusters introduced by Louise Glen, Senior Education
Officer, Education Scotland. Carrick Academy and Graeme High School.
Implementation Planning at Strategic and Operational level
Workshop exercise led by Bruce Robertson and Jane Renton.
Plenary discussion, conclusion and next steps by Michael Wood.
Optional talks by James Young High School on cluster working and the Business Language Champion programme with Dalmahoy Hotel.
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