Who we are
SCEL (Scottish College for Educational Leadership) is a new development for education in Scotland that aims to support teachers and practitioners to make a difference to the outcomes for children and young people. As a core part of Teaching Scotland’s Future, we support leadership development at all levels for education practitioners across Scotland. As from 1 April 2018 the Scottish College for Education Leadership (SCEL) and its programmes transferred to Education ScotlandFind out more about who we are
Read more from people who have taken part in our educational leadership programmes.
I like the practical aspect of the programme. As we move into next term it’s very much a practice based approach, which means we’ll be able carry out a meaningful project that helps deliver improvement in our own school while learning about the theoretical context of leadership
Being a Fellow has raised my profile within my local authority and beyond, as I have been asked to participate in Leadership developments at local and national level. All of these have helped me develop my own leadership thinking and practice which have had impacts for learners not only within my own schools, but those outwith.
Excellent delivery and really engaging. Practical thinking strategies and thought provoking. Will definitely take my ideas back to school.
What’s current at SCEL
Scottish education’s leaders of the future receive Standard for Headship and SCEL Fellowship at award ceremony
A joint ceremony hosted by the General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS) and Education Scotland/Scottish College for Educational Leadership (SCEL) will today