Additional Support for Learning - A guide for parents (May 19 2006 16:44) New legislation called the Education (Additional Support for Learning) (Scotland) Act 2004 takes effect from 14 November 2005. The legislation introduces the term, 'additional support needs' instead of special educational needs. This leaflet provides
Anti-Bullying Policy (Jun 15 2009 15:04) This policy outlines the principles that should underpin educational establishments' practices in response to bullying behaviour amongst children and young people. The term 'establishment' includes early years through to secondary stages.
Education Service Strategic Plan (Sep 24 2014 9:04) This Strategic Plan outlines how we shall effectively deliver Council and Community Planning Partnership priorities for both Stirling and Clackmannanshire whilst meeting
specific educational objectives, including the legal duties of both Councils as
Forth Valley Focus on Alcohol (Jan 9 2014 16:23) Officers in Police Scotland Forth Valley Division have launched a campaign targeting the relationship the communities have with alcohol within the Forth Valley area. The campaign is targeting young people aged between 13-17-year olds who drink and fi
GIRFEC Staged Intervention Guidance (Jun 21 2017 11:03) Key information to support the implementation of duties under the Education (Additional Support for Learning) (Scotland) Act 2009 (ASL Act).
How learning is organised in schools - information for parents (Jun 18 2013 15:30) This leaflet highlight key messages about how children learn, explains how learning is planned for and organised, including the composition of classes, shares what parents say about how learning is organised, signposts further information and guidanc
Kidzone out of school care leaflet (Sep 11 2014 13:43) Local Authority Out of School Care in Clackmannanshire. Kidzone is an exciting 50 place facility for children aged 5-12 years.
Scottish Attainment Challenge (Jun 2 2015 9:34) Information about the vision, priorities and expectations of our
Education Service in relation to raising educational attainment and achievement, particularly for
vulnerable children and young people.