On 13 September the Scottish Government launched a Governance Review of early years and schools education and it would like to hear your views at a Ministerial Engagement session to be held on 10th November 10:00 to 13:00 and 18:00 to 21:00 at the Hilton Hotel Glasgow.
MyKindaFuture, has partnered with Channel 4’s 4Talent to host free events for 16-25 year-olds in five locations across the UK. Participants can learn about working in media, meet Channel 4 and local industry experts and take part in challenges around TV production, marketing, or digital. All activities are facilitated by tutors and Channel 4 freelancers.
Glasgow Caledonian University are hosting a free public lecture: “How to Run 100 Metres (in 90 Minutes!)”.
How did young Scots aged 15-19 use their free time in 1964? A University of Glasgow researcher, tried to find some answers to this question in the mid-1960s. From 1963 to 1966 she interviewed 600 young people in the 15-19 age range in Dennistoun, Drumchapel and Armadale, and consulted another 2400 in discussion groups and through written work.
Do you know someone who would like to get online, search the Internet and send emails? Or just find out how to switch on a computer? Perhaps they, or you, would like a recognised qualification to prove those newly acquired knowledge and skills? If so, Glasgow Libraries offers a variety of computer courses – from absolute beginners to intermediate learners.
Following on from recent good news for Alexandra Parade Primary School, it’s time to make another awards announcement.
Congratulations to Alexandra Parade Primary School on becoming finalists in the Scottish Education Awards 2011 in recognition of the school’s vision, values and aims in the following categories: