Follow Parklands school on their twitter feed as they show 30 days of learning for the month of May. Each day photos will be displayed to show the learning experiences that occur in Parklands on a day to day basis.
Are you interested in developing your skills in delivering music in the classroom?
As part of the Youth Music Initiative, the Creative Arts in Schools Team (CAST) have run CPD sessions in 2018-9 using Get Creative, a new music resource for primary school teachers full of creative ideas, activities and learning outcomes to enable you to deliver musical activities with your class, regardless of your musical experience.
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Thursday 29th November was the annual show at Dunoon School Hostel. The young people had been busy for quite a while rehearsing for this event.
The evening kicked off with Findlay, the evenings junior presenter introducing our hosts for the evening, Kara & Tristan. They danced a fantastic routine to ‘Twist & Shout’ sung by the very talented Findlay. The Judges came on , this year we had, Rod Stewart, Simon Cowell, Nicole Scherzinger & Robbie Williams. So good of them to give of their time. Continue reading The ‘H’ Factor Dunoon School Hostel
As part of the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra Campbeltown residency, pupils from Campbeltown Grammar have created interactive posters with digital artists from talc, which can be used to trigger images to launch an augmented reality experience on your mobile.
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The BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra (BBC SSO) have been working with primary and secondary school pupils across Kintyre as part of a week-long residency in Campbeltown. Pupils have taken part in performances and song writing workshops with BBC SSO musicians, including a special workshop on Gigha. The pupils created their own songs based on Mussorgsky’s “Pictures From an Exhibition”, inspired by characters in the paintings which inspired the music, including the “Troll King” and the “Ballet of the Unhatched Chicks”.
Continue reading BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra Residency in Campbeltown October 2018
As a strategic nurture group supporting HALCO schools, we were successful in our proposal to share our practice at this years’ SLF. We delivered a 45 minute presentation and are overwhelmed with the feedback we have been receiving from all over Scotland.
Dunoon School Hostel celebrated 50 years since it opened in 1968. The Committee have worked extremely hard to make Saturday 22 September a day to remember in Hostel History. The parents, ex parents, ex young people and communities of Lochgoilhead and Tighnabruaich did not let us down, throughout the day from 11am to 3pm we had such a fantastic turnout.
Continue reading Dunoon School Hostel 50th Anniversary 2018
On Thursday 22nd May, 9 teams from different Primary schools in the Helensburgh and Lomond area took part in the annual Christian Aid Netball tournament. The tournament took place in Lomond Sports Hall and was a most enjoyable evening with some great play and teamwork shown by all the pupils involved. In the preliminary rounds Hermitage Primary and Cardross Primary came out top, with Colgrain Primary and the All Stars coming runners-up.
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The Hermitage Primary school football team travelled to Hermitage Academy to take part in the annual Christian Aid football tournament. The boys played very well on the night winning all of their group games, scoring 17 goals and conceding 0. In the semi-final they played Lomond and despite conceding their first goal of the tournament they won the game 7-1. In the final they faced Cardross who they had already beaten in the earlier group stages.
Continue reading Hermitage Primary School – Christian Aid Football Tournament – Hermitage Academy
Kirn Primary School applied for Food for Thought Funding with DGS. Our intention was to embed in our school and local community an understanding of food education which permeates all areas of school life, curriculum and home.
Continue reading The 489 Bus and Food for Thought at Kirn Primary
SCOTTISH ASSOCIATION OF LANGUAGE TEACHERS (SALT)
FREE CLPL OPPORTUNITY FOR PRIMARY AND SECONDARY LANGUAGE TEACHERS WITH SALT
Please come along to this free event as part of your Career Long Professional Learning (CLPL). The training is open to all primary and secondary teaching staff with an interest in language learning and teaching.
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The Early Level children at Tarbert Academy have been very busy learning about Transport. Working with our local Co-op the children also celebrated Fairtrade fortnight, learning how the food gets to the shops.
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The Islay Primary Schools Bands had a fantastic Band day last Saturday 24th February 2018. Eight professional musicians travelled from the mainland to work and play along with our young musicians.
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Each year Tiree High School offer a local Christmas Card Postal service to their community. For the reduced cost of 25p local cards are sorted and delivered by children in the Primary Department.
This year our post was very busy – £124.25 was raised for school funds.
Tiree High School took part in Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day on Friday 15th December. Lots of silly jumpers were worn and made to raise £117.35 for the great cause.
Today marks the launch of the ‘Astronomy for Remote and Island Schools’ (AfRIS) Project. With generous support from a Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) public engagement award, the AfRIS project will create and manage a mobile science-outreach team that will deliver astronomy related workshops and activities to schools located in some of the UK’s more remote and island communities. Continue reading Astronomy for Remote and Islands School Project
Please click HERE to see all the fantastic language training opportunities which are coming up all over Argyll & Bute in the near future.
Dalintober ‘A’ team retained the South Kintyre Inter-Schools Relay Cup against teams from Castlehill and Rural Schools. The ‘B’ team also had a successful run, finishing third in the event – part of Campbeltown Grammar School’s Sports Day.
A team of pupils from Dunoon Grammar School is calling for help from members of the public after being shortlisted for the People’s Choice Award at this year’s Apps for Good UK finals.
The youngsters beat of stiff competition from over 25,000 young people, from 1,250 establishments, to reach the final 10 with their innovative SafeStep idea. However, in order to win, the team needs members of the public to vote for them.
Continue reading DUNOON GRAMMAR NEEDS YOUR HELP!
https://blogs.glowscotland.org.uk/ab/sali/files/2016/09/12-Newsletter-summer-17-final-3.pdfDiscover the latest edition of the Argyll & Bute 1+2 Languages Newsletter. This contains all the most recent updates on resources, training and innovative language projects. You will have received a copy from your school enquiries or alternatively you can click HERE