SCHOOL’S OUT ON K107
By students for students
School’s out is a radio show on K107 FM every Saturday morning between 11.00am and 12.00pm. It is run by the best KHS pupils and provides an huge insight into what we do at KHS. We offer our own thoughts and opinions. Sometimes we play old music, sometimes we play up-to-date music. It’s a very mixed show.
Every week we have a riddle, talk about new topics, and do a top 10 countdown. The show is by students, for students and the people of Kirkcaldy and the Wider World. You can listen on 107 FM in the Kirkcaldy area or online.
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This is a lovely idea, classes are invited to join in with writing verses for classic Scots children’s song, The World Must Be Coming To An End.
Classes can send in their verses via email or teachgers can get an account and post to the blog themselves. Organised by Mr M (@athole) on Twitter
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This is a guest post by Metaphrog (John Chalmers and Sandra Marrs), creators of the award-nominated Louis graphic novels and The Red Shoes and Other Tales. Metaphrog, alongside Dave Hook from Stanley Odd, were the lead artists on Graphic Lyrics, our Booked! project with Shawlands Academy, Glasgow.
A post from Edinburgh International Book Festival Learning | Learning activities and events from Edinburgh International Book Festival
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TGS BBC SCHOOL REPORT | The Gordon Schools, Huntly
dedicated TGS BBC School Report site. Over the past few years students from The Gordon Schools have been making the news by taking part in this fantastic BBC News School Report project.
The site has reports from various teams on lots of topics: Business, Education, Entertainment, &, Arts, Health, Politics, Sci/Environment and Technology.
Post also give a blow by blow account of the participation
Journey To Change: Creating Links Between Scotland and South Africa – The Selkirk Scrapbook
This is not a post on a Glow Blog! It is a great example of blogging in a Scottish school. I did read it on a glow Blog, even though The Selkirk Scrapbook is not on glow Blogs they joined in with #ShareOurLearning Gathering Learning from around Scotland which does run on Glow Blogs. If you are using any sort of blog in Scottish education you can share your learning too.