- Professor John McKendrick, Glasgow Caledonian University
- Douglas Hutchinson, Director of People & Depute Chief Executive , South Ayrshire Council
- Mairi Grant, Headteacher, Dallas Primary
- Emily Ross, Teacher, Bualnaluib Primary School
- Gillian Reid, Headteacher, Paradykes Primary
- Margaret Ramsay, Principal Teacher for Mental Health and Wellbeing, St. Modan's High School
- Peter Bain, Headteacher, Oban High School
- Louise Connor, Chief Education Officer, Argyll and Bute Council
- Alison MacAulay, Senior Community Learning & Development Worker , Douglas Community Centre
- Meg Thomas, Head of Policy and Participation, Includem
- Sara Spencer, Cost of the School Day Project Manager, Child Poverty Action Group in Scotland
- Morven Snodgrass, Headteacher, Seafield Primary School
- Liz Bain, Depute Headteacher, Keith Grammar School
Join Holyrood Insight’s Equity in Education Digital Conference
and explore how to support children to overcome the negative impact of school closures on their learning journey
and improve attainment outcomes
Hear actionable advice on how to re engage students, boosting their confidence with emotional and mental wellbeing support.
Dundee City Council will share flexible approaches to respond to students’ needs, highlighting the positive effects of peer support networks.
You will gain insights from best practice of whole school approaches
where staff are equipped to
effectively identify gaps in children’s learning
to provide tailored support options and assess progress. Hear how to design targeted interventions and measure the impact of the Pupil Equity Fund (PEF)
maximising its reach to those who need it most.
Help students harness out of school skills
and experiences, to enhance their aspirations and progression opportunities. Hear how to overcome the challenges of connectivity and digital barriers
from the unique teaching experience of in Argyll and Bute’s rural environment.
Join this digital conference to learn from collaborative strategies
from schools that have partnered with other organisations to improve students’ experiences. The Cost of a School Day
programme, by the Child Poverty Action Group in Scotland will share evidence on strategies that reduce the financial burden of school related expenses and facilitate communication to support families.