Here is where you can find information and case studies about IGBE activities happening now in schools .
Our guest blog this month comes from Caitlin Early – a primary practitioner who last year carried out an enquiry project with her P1 class. Caitlin titled her study “a girl can do any job” a study of the impact of play in gender stereotypes in STEM. She has kindly allowed us to use the… Read more
This months guest blog comes from Lorna Lawson, Head teacher at St John Ogilvie High School. St John Ogilvie High School is situated in the Burnbank area of Hamilton. It is a 6-year comprehensive school with a pupil roll of 1033. It currently has over 70% of its pupils coming from deciles 1-4 of the… Read more
In November we held our first round of IGBE Meets. The aim of these networking events is to provide a space for sharing and collaboration with a focus on addressing gender imbalances in participation, curricular preferences and learner pathways. Many practitioners from ELC, Primary, Secondary, CLD, colleges, local authorities and some third sector organisations attended… Read more
Being a Dad changed my life. I honestly didn’t think it would, I thought I had so much to teach my son. I naively never thought about what he had to teach me. When we had our first son, I was surprised by the lack of Dads I saw at groups I went to, one… Read more
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