Education graduates recognised at national event

education graduates pose for a group photograph with Angela Constance

New teachers were celebrated as they enter into the profession at the General Teaching Council's National Probationer Event which was held at Clermiston House in June 2015.

32 new teachers from across the country attended the event to represent Local Authorities across Scotland.

Of the 32 new teachers selected as ‘outstanding probationer’ this year, 10 were graduates from the School of Education.

Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning Angela Constance presented each new teacher with the General Teaching Council for Scotland’s Certificate of Full Registration at the event.

Our students

Our graduates recognised at the event were:

Dr Lynda Cannon - North Ayrshire Council - PGDE Secondary, Chemistry
Miss Kirsten Craig - Glasgow City Council - PGDE Secondary, History
Mrs Anna Halliday - Argyll and Bute - PGDE Secondary, History
Miss Megan Hare - South Lanarkshire Council - PGDE Secondary, Home Economics
Mr Steven Hewitson - East Ayrshire Council - PGDE Primary
Miss Rebekah Hutton - Fife Council - BEd
Miss Lynne Miller - North Lanarkshire Council - PGDE Primary
Miss Louise Sellar - West Lothian Council - BEd
Miss Emmeline Stewart - East Renfrewshire Council - PGDE Secondary, History
Miss Victoria Whelan - South Ayrshire Council - PGDE Primary