Argyll and Bute Council Community Services: Education
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Sharing Argyll Learning (SAL), this is the place for sharing our learning and teaching in Argyll and Bute. SAL is where our teachers, pupils and the wider community can tell everyone what is happening in our classes, schools, clusters or groups…..everything from composting to composing!
Argyll & Bute's latest Education News
This section of the website will contain up-to-date information on a range of issues that are of high importance and interest to school staff and managers. In turn, schools are invited to submit articles related to projects and events that would be of interest to others. Click here to view a news archive of recent articles.
Maths and Science Challenge 2012: Cisco and STEMNET are challenging 11 to 16-year-olds to use their maths and science skills to plan a major sporting event in their local area.
The Challenge is to plan a major sporting event that would excite and inspire, transform the local area and showcase local and national talent. For the Challenge entries, students must choose a sport and a venue or location, and work out what resources, facilities and equipment would be needed for the event. They will also need to provide enough evidence to convince a panel of judges that their event is accessible and sustainable, and that it will leave a lasting legacy for their local area.
To find out more information and to register your school Click Here
FIVE ARGYLL AND BUTE SCHOOLS ARE NATIONAL AWARD FINALISTS: Five schools or education professionals from Argyll and Bute have beaten off stiff competition from across Scotland to be selected as a finalist at the Scottish Education Awards 2012.
Green Energy Trust ‘Eco Editors’ competition: The Green Energy Trust would like to invite secondary schools to take part in inaugural ScottishPower Green Energy Trust ‘Eco Editors’ competition 2012, to encourage pupils to think about environmental issues and green energy projects.
The Green Energy Trust’s Eco Editors contest is an innovative writing and environmental project for pupils which gives eco-conscious schools the opportunity to produce two pages of content for ScottishPower’s ‘Green’ magazine and win £500 to spend on a school environmental project.
You can download the entrance letter here (PDF) and registration form here (PDF) for the Eco Editors competition for Secondary school students launched by the ScottishPower Green Energy Trust.
National Career Guidance Show Scotland: Edinburgh Corn Exchange - Thursday 28th March 2012.
Show open from 10am to 4pm.
The Institute of Careers Guidance in Scotland invites you to also attend an afternoon drinks reception to celebrate the launch of the first National Career Guidance Show Scotland ...more
Education and International Development: an exploration of good practice: A special one day conference looking at what 'good practice' means for education programmes in the developing world and for development education in Scotland.
Friday 27th April 2012
Paterson's Land, Moray House, the University of Edinburgh. 09.30am - 4.45pm
The event is free, to register email firstname.lastname@example.org
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