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If you or someone you know is leaving school soon, or making choices about career options, make sure you head along to St. Andrew Square Garden on Monday 20 or Tuesday 21 May to find out more about Modern Apprenticeships (MAs). During … Continue reading
Gillian Tee gives an update on recent meetings she has attended, including with a group of Modern Apprentices, the last Full Council of 2012, a regular meeting about Total Craigroyston, an update on the Edinburgh and Children’s Partnerships, a Curriculum for Excellence … Continue reading
Linda Lees, Arts and Learning Manager, reports from the Scottish Learning Festival, which took place last Wednesday and Thursday at the SECC in Glasgow. The theme of last week’s Scottish Learning Festival was Creative Learners… Creative Thinkers… and there was … Continue reading
The economic slowdown has had a major impact on young people with reduced opportunities and increased competition for jobs driving youth unemployment rates up to 4 times the overall Edinburgh unemployment average. This issue cannot be tackled by any one … Continue reading
As a result of a very successful Student Council Conference in March this year, a group of Student Councillors and 2 Modern Apprentices are about to start planning a seminar session for this year’s Scottish Learning Festival at the SECC … Continue reading
On Monday 5th March the new learning space in the National Museum was buzzing with creative energy where the annual Student Council Conference took Creative Learning as the theme for 2012. Linda Lees, Arts and Learning Manager, reports from the … Continue reading