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Our partners

The Children, Young People and Families Early Intervention and Adult Learning and Empowering Communities Fund

The Children, Young People and Families Early Intervention and Adult Learning and Empowering Communities Fund is allocating £14 million in 2016-17 to 118 voluntary organisations that tackle inequalities and poverty, support parents and carers, improve learning and build skills and will help thousands of children, families and communities across Scotland. Learning Link Scotland receives core funding from this fund ensuring that our members are supported and their contribution promoted across the education sector.
Read details of awards being made from the new Fund

Charities supporting children, families and adult learning have been invited to apply for a share of a new project fund that will award £2 million over the next two years.  This new element of the fund is designed to enable charities to bid for project funding that will allow them to deliver fresh and innovative ideas, beyond their core work. Learning Link Scotland will lead a two year project Home School Links, in  partnership with Lead Scotland, Scotland’s Learning Partnership and the WEA.
 Read the full news release on the new project funding

ERASMUS+ Strategic Partnership: Using Digital Technologies to Improve Numeracy and Mathematics Learning

Learning Link Scotland is leading a 2-year European partnership project. The project will examine the use of digital technologies in the teaching of numeracy and mathematics.

Partners from five European countries will identify how educators can use digital technologies to teach numeracy and mathematics effectively.

The partners in the Project are:

  • Learning Link Scotland (Scotland, UK)
  • LTA Solutions Ltd (Northern Ireland, UK)
  • Trinity College Dublin (Ireland)
  • Vaasa Vocational Institute (Finland)
  • The Centre for Teaching Resources, University College Copenhagen (Denmark)
  • Swiss Federation for Adult Learning (Switzerland)

The partners will visit each other’s countries and study practice in schools, universities, vocational colleges and adult learning centres. They will develop guidance and training resources to share across Europe.

The project will culminate in a multinational conference in Scotland in summer 2017.

The membership form is also available as a Word document in case you would prefer to apply by email or post. The form is very brief and won't take much time at all.

“LLS have a very professional approach to training & Learning, which I have shared with others internally and externally.”

Elaine Webser,

Scottish Language Dictionaries

“It feels good to be belong to Learning link and I look forward to other events and to making use of your materials.”

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