Annual Conference 2015 – Workshop Presentations

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We are delighted to share with you some of the seminar presentations from our Annual Conference 2015. SQA SQA Workshop: Attainment and Achieving from Nationalparentforumscot Skills Development Scotland Skills Development Scotland: Developing the Young Workforce from Nationalparentforumscot Enquire Enquire: Raising Attainment for All Children from Nationalparentforumscot CALL Scotland CALL Scotland: Attainment for All from Nationalparentforumscot […]

Conference 2015 – Evaluation Survey

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Thank you to everyone who attended this year’s annual conference in Glasgow on Saturday 14th November. We hope you enjoyed the day.  In order to help us evaluate the conference, we would be very grateful if you could take a few minutes to provide us with your feedback by completing this short survey:

Update following the NPFS Conference from Scottish Government

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Scottish Government have helpfully provided this update following the NPFS conference on  Developing the Young Workforce  What is being done to support employers’ knowledge of Curriculum for Excellence? It is vital that employers are aware of the impact Curriculum for Excellence will have on our young workforce and the increased range of skills and attributes […]

Annual Conference 2014 Keynote Speeches

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We can now share with you the keynote speeches from our Annual Conference by Dr Alasdair Allan MSP, Minister for Learning, Science and Scotland’s Languages, and Sir Ian Wood, Chair of the Commission for Developing Scotland’s Young Workforce.  You can also view the useful Q and A session.    

Conference 2014 Seminar Presentations

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We are delighted to share with you some of the seminar presentations from our Annual Conference 2014. Crookfur Primary School Crookfur Primary from Nationalparentforumscot NPFS Seminar NPFS seminar from Nationalparentforumscot Parental Involvement in secondary Mathematics Paul Smith Parental Involvement in Maths from Nationalparentforumscot SCILT Language 1+2 SCILT presentation from Nationalparentforumscot SQA SQA Seminar from Nationalparentforumscot

NPFS Annual Conference 2013

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Seminar and workshop list is now available here as well in the registration form: Seminar and workshop list Booking for the conference and the seminars is via SurveyMonkey: Registration is from 9.30am and the keynote speech is at 10am. PDF version available here: Invite to National Parent Forum of Scotland Conference, 5 October 2013 View in browser The […]

Parents as partners in learning: Assessment and Reporting Saturday 24 March at Stirling Management Centre, University of Stirling Campus.

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Education Scotland in Collaboration with the NPFS, hospital are hosting an event for parents on Saturday 24 March at Stirling Management Centre, medical University of Stirling Campus. The aims of the day will be to: • reflect on the principles that underpin good assessment • consider how parents and carers contribute to the assessment of their children’s learning […]

Conference Report

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The 2012 National Parent Conference will be held on Saturday 6th October at Bishopbriggs Academy ?? National Parent Conference  2011 Curriculum for Excellence One Year On ???Click on the image to view the conference report Click on images to view: – The Keynote Speech by Angela Constance and the  Closing Address by David Cameron

NPFS Conference 2011- Online discussion highlights

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Click on link below to view final pdf from the Conference Comments: Iain Ellis, see Chair, discount National Parent Forum Of Scotland September 30, cialis 2011 Thanks to everyone for their contributions to the debate so far. We have had a fantastic response. Following the NPFS Conference on Saturday. Michael Russell, Cabinet Secretary for […]