Our new Nursery and Primary Schools Programme 2014-15 is out now!
• A new Dinosaurs session for nurseries-P1 on our Magic Carpet
• An action-packed Space Explorers workshop for Nursery-P2
• Our Inventors: The Power of Steam workshop full of hands-on experiments for P3-4
• Our events on the First World War: Stories from around the Commonwealth to help you start the topic with your P6-7 classes
We are very pleased with the growing success of Scottish Archives for Schools and we look forward to welcoming more teachers and pupils to General Register House in Edinburgh to take part in our free workshops. This year’s programme, designed to support Curriculum for Excellence and National Qualifications in Scottish history, includes the following new… Continue reading National Records of Scotland – Schools Programme, 2013-2014
Wednesday 29th February 4.00pm – 4.30pm This Glow Meet is appropriate for all early years practitioners. Building the Curriculum 4 supports the planning, design and delivery of the curriculum in early years establishments, schools and colleges. It sets out skills for learning, life and work demonstrating how they are embedded in the experiences and outcomes.… Continue reading *TODAY* Early Years Glow Meet – Building the Curriculum 4: skills in the early years
It’s time for the annual Glow user survey, run by RM for LTS. You’ll find it on the national Glow site here (Glow login required). Here’s their invitation: We would like to know what you think about Glow, how you are using it and any suggestions for improvement. Your responses will help shape the user experience within Glow. Anything you… Continue reading Enter Glow User Survey 2011 – and maybe win a prize!
You’re keen to learn more about how Glow can support your practice, and what others are doing with it. Maybe you’ve got some ideas you’d like to explore. You don’t mind rolling up your sleeves and going “under the bonnet” of Glow Groups and Web Parts. (Ideally, you’ve already had a play with customising Glow with web parts.) But you… Continue reading New “Building Glow Communities” Event