Batonbearer animation

 

Community Batonbearers – Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games – Queen’s Baton Relay

 And we’re off!  The online community batonbearer programme was launched on 10 October and will remain open for nominations until 17:00 on 22 November. Members of the public have the opportunity to nominate a deserving individual from their local community to become a batonbearer.

Community nominations can be made by accessing the online form at www.glasgow2014.com/baton-relay

 To support you in the promotion of the campaign we have produced a short digital animation film to showcase this unique opportunity is available via the following link: 

http://g2014.is/batonbearer2014

 It is also on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6nHj60Rbz0

Renaissance Learning – National Conference

 

National Conference 21st – 22nd November 2013

“Achieving Outstanding” in Literacy, Numeracy and Leadership

Professional development conference sessions

 

  • Preparing for Ofsted with Accelerated Reader (AR) and STAR Reading

  • Monitoring progress and informing intervention with STAR Reading

  • Improving vocabulary and developing literacy skills with AR

  • Individualising maths practice with Accelerated Maths Live (AM Live)

 

See attached flyer for information about the sessions –nc2013_a4_invite_eastlothianschools

 

Book online at:  www.rlnc.co.uk

OR

Call today on: 020 7184 4040 quoting ELOTH25

 

 

 

The Caledonian Family Of Awards

The Caledonian Family of Awards provide an opportunity for young people and adults with special support needs, to participate in an educational programme which will help them reach their full potential while increasing their self-esteem and independence.  Increasing their self – esteem and community involvement increases their ability to become active integrated members of society and is recognised with a national achievement award.

The achievement awards from the Caledonian Family of Awards are tailor made packages which support education professionals to fulfil the requirements of The Curriculum for Excellence. Each of the Awards promotes independence skills, citizenship, equality of achievement while encouraging creativity and ambition.

The Junior and Standard Awards are open to all young people, aged between 7 – 19 years, within additional support needs schools and young people with increased support needs in mainstream schools.

The Team at the Caledonian Award are looking forward to welcoming back those of you who had young people involved in previous years and would be delighted to welcome groups who are new to the Caledonian Family of Awards.

The award office is open between 9.30am and 12.30pm. Please do not hesitate to contact us at

Bearsden Public Hall, 69 Drymen Rd, Bearsden, G61 3QT

Tel – 0141 931 5678

Fax – 0141 956 9562

Email – mail@thecaledonianaward.org.uk

Registration forms and more information is available on-line at

www.thecaledonianaward.org.uk