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Posts Tagged ‘Isla O’Reilly’

College Funding: Greens Support Staff Action

Friday, December 11th, 2015

The Scottish Greens have today (11 December) offered their support to the demonstration organised by the Educational Institute of Scotland (EIS) outside the Scottish Further and Higher Education Funding Council (SFC).

Isla O’Reilly, MSP candidate for Highlands & Islands and …

Class Sizes: Greens Say Teacher Support Vital

Wednesday, December 9th, 2015

Isla O’Reilly, the Scottish Greens’ spokesperson on Education, Children and Young People, today highlighted figures showing class sizes are the largest they’ve been since 2007.

Pupil-teacher ratios have not changed in the past year and again remain at the highest …

League Tables: Greens Concerned Over Standardised Testing

Tuesday, December 8th, 2015

The Scottish Greens have urged the Scottish Government to ensure standardised testing won’t lead to the reintroduction of damaging league tables to the Scottish school system.

Isla O’Reilly, Scottish Green MSP candidate for Highland and Islands and party spokesperson on …

College Mergers: Greens Say SNP Must Not Let Students Down‏

Friday, November 27th, 2015

The Scottish Green Party (SGP) has urged the Scottish Government to take immediate action to address the problems Scotland’s college mergers have left behind in the further education sector.

IOReilly_151010_headshotAccording to a new survey of college staff by the Education …

Highlands and Islands Green MSP Candidates Tell Conference Of Campaign Ahead

Tuesday, October 13th, 2015

John Finnie MSP and Isla O’Reilly, Scottish Green candidates for the Highlands and Islands in the 2016 Scottish Parliament election, are promising bold ideas in the campaign ahead, following the success of the party’s biggest ever national conference.

Members from …

Greens Celebrate Aird And Loch Ness Breakthrough

Monday, October 12th, 2015

Highland Greens are celebrating their breakthrough in the Aird and Loch Ness by-election held on the 8th October, taking 9.3% of first preference votes.

The by-election, which was won by the Lib Dems, was triggered by the resignation of …