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Scottish Education Awards. Congratulations to Dunbar Primary School Winners – Parents as Partners 2013. About the awards. 12 th Year 17 Categories from Lifetime Achievement to Probation Teacher to Global Citizen…. 535 Nominations across all categories

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scottish education awards

Scottish Education Awards

Congratulations to

Dunbar Primary School

Winners – Parents as Partners

2013

about the awards
About the awards
  • 12th Year
  • 17 Categories from Lifetime Achievement to Probation Teacher to Global Citizen….
  • 535 Nominations across all categories
  • ‘Parents As Partners’ a relatively new award but a very important one
the process
The Process

Phase One

  • Assessment of written entry form by two judges against category criteria
  • Selection of six to nine entries for short list to next stage
the process1
The Process

Phase Two

  • Two judges – Education Scotland and ‘other’
  • Sift through the short list and assess on criteria
  • Site visits to the three who most closely meet the criteria
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The Process

Site Visits

  • Maximum of three hours
  • Agenda developed by the nominee
  • Chance to show what’s been achieved…
  • Criteria to be assessed and evidence to be gathered
  • Decision time ??????????
the finalists
The Finalists
  • Dunbar Primary School – East Lothian
  • St Patricks Primary School – Falkirk
  • Ann McShane, Family Learning Service – Dumfries and Galloway
what we were looking for
What we were looking for…
  • Developing Partnerships incl. the wider community ✔
  • Impact on children ✔
  • Involving all parents, inclusiveness, breaking down barriers ✔
  • Sustainability ✔
  • Uniqueness ✔
  • Curriculum Links ✔
the evidence
The Evidence

A community raises a child not an individual

Dunbar Parent Council 2013

the evidence1
The Evidence
  • Engaging the wider community
  • Cohesive and collaborative approach in a massive school that has complex geographical issues
  • Open relationship between senior management, wider teaching and support staff and the parents.
  • Events and activities needs driven and identified by staff, parents or pupils
the evidence2
The Evidence
  • Enhancement of pupil learning particularly in Literacy and Science
  • Novel approach – Bug Busting
  • All contributions welcomed big and small and use of sub groups allows people to give where and how they can
  • Inter-generational learning very strong
  • Link with CPP very positive
the evidence3
The Evidence
  • Fun, fun, fun – Not a chore
  • Involvement of new families
  • Succession planning and new blood
  • Hub of the community
conclusion
Conclusion

Innovative

Professional

Inspiring

Julie Wild – National Parent Forum of Scotland

(see you next year….)