Monthly Archives: December 2012

Beinn Dearg or Ben Jerrag?

A new service has been released by the Gaelic Development Agency to provide you with a sound-file of Gaelic pronounciation of Scottish mountain names. All you need is the mountain’s name and it’s OS NGB, then go to www.cnag.org/en/mountain-names and … Continue reading

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Duke of Edinburgh – Supervisor and Assessor Training Jan 2013

Two courses for those interested in organising and assessing Duke of Edinburgh award courses in East Lothian will be run in January 2013. Courses will be based at the East Lothian Council Outdoor Learning Service. These DofE accredited courses are … Continue reading

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Student Winter Skills – Bookings open!

We still have places available on the student Winter Skills for the weekend of 15th – 17th March 2013. This open to 5th and 6th Year pupils. This course will provide the next generation of aspiring mountaineers with the opportunity … Continue reading

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Maximum Impact (Zone) – Minimum Co(a)st

Law Primary used their allocation of Outdoor Learning to great effect this year to allow an entire year group to experience coasteering. All at zero cost to the school. At North Berwick they have a fantastic stretch of coastline that is great … Continue reading

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Primary Outdoor Learning Days 2012/13…Last few spaces available…

The Primary Outdoor Learning days so far this year have been well subscribed. These additional days on top of outdoor school provision already provided by the service are designed to encourage schools to get more pupils involved in outdoor learning. So … Continue reading

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