Learning Together

 A development programme for Leaders of Learning


15-17 May 2018 in Stirling, Scotland, UK



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E3net is based in Scotland, a beautiful part of the United Kingdom.  

It was created by a group of education experts who had a vision for Empowering Educational Excellence through a network of senior colleagues working together to share their experiences.  This network has grown to include colleagues form across the world who share a common belief in the power of education to transform lives, and the importance of building the capacity off local teaching staff to deliver relevant and inspiring learning experiences.

The speakers at the Learning Together conference are just some of the experts involved in e3net.  Find out more at our main website www.e3net.org.uk.


Scotland has one of the best reputations for education in the world.  Educationalist form all over the world visit Scotland or engaged Scottish Educationalists to provide consultancy support.  If you want to know more about Scottish Education, select one of the links below or contact us to hear more about what we can offer.

Scotland's achievements include:

  • The world's first national intranet for schools
  • A structure of inspection that includes inspecting the education function of local municipalities
  • A graduate profession, where every teacher must be register with the General Teaching Council and meet their Professional Standards
  • A set of published Quality Indicators that are used by schools, local municipalities and the national inspection service.

There is not a single UK wide education system, but four different systems within the UK, one in England, one in Wales, one in Scotland and one in Northern Ireland.  Scotland has always had it's own education system: this uniqueness is not the result of any recent political agreement such as the establishment of the Scottish Parliament in 1999.  The continuation of Scotland's unique system of education was in fact part of the Union of the (Scottish and English) Parliaments in 1707, and the system existed long before that.

This continuity of educational vision and evolution of practice has served Scotland well over the years, allowing the system to respond to current issues and needs at an international as well as a local level.  As just one example, the Scottish Education System reviewed it's own practice in 1947, concluding that, amongst other things:

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