This is a link to the downloadable, cross-curricular teaching resources produced by the Holocaust Educational Trust: http://www.het.org.uk/index.php/education-general
Here is a link to the Scottish Ambassadors’ facebook page (you have to ‘like’ it to follow!): https://www.facebook.com/hetrascotland, A virtual learning community where we will be posting events to attend in Scotland, teaching activities and videos, information about the Trust’s 70 voices app with Holocaust Survivor testimonies, information about relevant films and TV programmes on this week as well as our #DontHateCreate facebook campaign:
‘#DontHateCreate is a campaign in Scotland inspired by the cultural legacy of the artists, poets and musicians imprisoned at the Terezin camp in the Holocaust. They showed how hope and human creativity can overcome adversity. Create something related to the Holocaust (eg. Art/song/poem/short-story/photography/graphic-strip/candle/etc.) OR share something already out there which you like. Post it with #DontHateCreate, copy+paste this description and tag 5 friends to raise awareness for Holocaust Memorial Day. Forfeit is to tag 10 friends. Get creative!’
Lastly, this is a 12m video I created back in 2009 with another Ambassador for the Trust, after visiting Auschwitz. It is already shown in some East Renfrewshire and East Dunbartonshire schools, you are welcome to show in your school if you like: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0pIgYBdKUvo
Black Awareness and Cultural Events (BAACE) proudly presents its first Black History Month Events…
BLACK HISTORY MONTH
BAACE brings a diverse set of people together to celebrate the contribution of Black people past and present. It provides a platform for promotting community cohesion through building trust and confidence amoung our diverse communities.
The events will take place over two days, packed with African inspired entertainment.
The Brunton Hall, Ladywell Way, Musselburgh – Saturday 12 October 2013 – Time 12 noon – Midnight
Edinburgh Academy,42 Henderson Row, Edinburgh, Saturday 26 October 2013 – Time 12 noon – Midnight
Afterparty (7pm – Midnight) Workshops
Adults – £5 £2 per workshop per child
11 yrs to 16yrs – £3 £4 per workshop per adult
6 yrs to 10yrs – £1.50 £4 (Adults), 32 (child ticket)
Under 6yrs – free entry for the Films/Movies
*All chilrden attending the workshops must have a parent/guardian present.
Buy Tickets at;
The Brunton or All about You Salon, 73 Easter Road, Edinburgh, EH7 5PW
07807596350 – Isla
07962324336 – Arthur
07738350854 – Zak
07956897095 – Jacqui
For more information please contact INFO@BAACE.ORG
Developing Global Citizens Newsletter
Welcome to the January newsletter
The DGC team wishes you a Happy New Year. If you have any queries about the content of our bulletins or general global citizenship inquiries feel free to contact us: GlobalCitizens@educationscotland.gov.uk.
Win a visit from Clyde, the Glasgow 2014 Mascot, to your school or establishment. Closing date: 1 February 2013.
Find out about the Year of Natural Scotland 2013 and how your school can get involved.
Learning for Sustainability – the report of the One Planet Schools Working Group, was published in December.
The report includes strategic recommendations to support the development of coherent whole school approaches to ensure that learning for sustainability, global citizenship and outdoor learning are experienced in a transformative way by every learner in every school across Scotland.
The charity, Speakers for Schools, has teamed up with Glow TV to webcast a range of talks happening at schools in Scotland. Find out about upcoming talks.
Scottish schools invited to support conservation project to save the Eastern Imperial Eagle.
Holocaust Memorial Day is on 27 January. Glasgow City Council will lead national commemorations in Scotland and your school can be involved via Glow. Find out more.
Videos of the month
My year with Clyde
For a positive, non commercial clip to make you believe in humanity and young people and creativity take 3 mins to watch the Landfill Harmonic video clip
The National Archives offer Glow Meet sessions and free workshops for pupils in S1-S6.
We aim to provide a flexible service to meet the needs of individual teachers. Our programme uses primary sources of evidence held in the National Archives of Scotland (NAS) and supports Curriculum for Excellence and National Qualifications.
The NAS has guest access to Glow. If you are too far away to visit us for a workshop in Edinburgh, book a Glow Meet or video conferencing session with us. Each session runs for about 30 minutes. Each workshop runs for 2 hours.
Secondary Programme, June 2010 (pdf, 510KB, 6 pages)