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02
OCT

World Cerebal Palsy Day: Saturday 6th October We look forward to seeing you at the coffee morning on Friday to highlight this charity. Glendevon would like to raise funds through the sale of our green ribbon bath/shower jellies @ 50p for a bag of lovely fresh minty smell! #BEECPD

02
OCT

Ochiltree enjoyed a lovely visit to our local woodland this week. We listened to the sound of a beautiful waterfall and even spotted a fox. We wondered if he was collecting the Autumn leaves like Fletcher the Ochiltree Fox? We are trying to recreate the wonderful Autumn colours in our classroom and have made some [...]

19
SEP

Welcome back to all our returning and new pupils in Duntarvie. Duntarvie class has five lovely young people: Aidan, Amy, Andrew, Marc and Nathan. Students are taught by Eirini (Monday, Tuesdays, Wednesday mornings & Fridays) and Catherine (Wednesday afternoons & Thursdays), and they are supported by our class staff: Gwen, Neil, Catriona, Jane and Emma. [...]

13
SEP

It has been a great start to the year in Campsie. We have welcomed 10 new children to our class alongside two returners from last year. Everyone is getting to know each other and trying lots of fun activities. We are trying hard to get to know the routines within class and the song signifiers [...]

11
SEP

Article 32 (child labour) Governments must protect children from economic exploitation and work that is dangerous or might harm their health, development or education. Governments must set a minimum age for children to work and ensure that work conditions are safe and appropriate. Due to the success we had last session, we are continuing our [...]

10
SEP

Hello. It is lovely to be back at school and I hope you all had a good summer holiday. There have been lots of changes in Hopetoun, with a brand new staff team and new boys and girls. We will be organising a stay and play event in the near future, to allow you to [...]

07
SEP

I hope you have all enjoyed recieving all the hints and tips from the Zero Waste Campaign and will make you think twice about what you use and how you dispose of materials no longer needed. To finish off the week I have found a list of 50 interesting ways of reusing your rubbish. [...]

07
SEP

Today then we're going to look at your household cleaning routine. Chances are your sprays, polishes and cleaning products all come in plastic bottles. And I want you to think outside the box. The first question is 'Do I really need this?' In our Grandmother's day, household cleaning was done with minimal products - perhaps [...]

06
SEP

There have been lots of changes in Lomond for this year - we have welcomed 4 new pupils and swapped 3 members of staff! We have started the year by helping a friendly dragon to rebuild Fairyland. We have been sharing lots of stories together and exploring different materials in order to build important things [...]

05
SEP

Today we're off to the kitchen to look at food packaging. Here's a snapshot of the scale of the issue: Although UK supermarkets keep their plastic footprint secret with a confidentiality agreement, the Guardian believe that consumers are bringing home more than 800,000 tonnes of plastic packaging waste every year. Across the world, our addiction [...]

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