This training is a practical, mostly outdoor learning opportunity where you will try out ways to provide rich learning experiences to support the development of young children’s literacy, numeracy and other skills. You can choose to attend this training in either Elgin or Laurencekirk. Elgin: Date: Saturday 11th May Location: Winchester House, Elgin Time: 10am – 3pm […]
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The Highland Literacy Blog has published an interesting article about the importance of rhythm and rhyme in ELC settings. Click here to read the post.
Course details: 7/5/19 – Dingwall Community Centre, Dingwall – 1.30 pm – 4 pm 14/5/19 – Wick Assembly Rooms, Wick, 1.30 pm – 4 pm 16/5/19 – Millburn Acadamy, Inverness, 1.30 pm – 4 pm Book now via the Highland Council CPD Calendar: https://highland.cpdservice.net/ “It’s so much more than digital!” In this course, you will: Explore the use of familiar, […]
“Caring for Children Moving Alone: Protecting Unaccompanied and Separated Children” is a free online course developed by the University of Strathclyde and accessible on the FutureLearn website. Course information, as per the FutureLearn website: This course is about the care and protection of unaccompanied and separated refugee and migrant children who are moving across and […]
Course name: Developing Literacy and Numeracy Outdoors Location: Mearns Academy Community Campus, Laurencekirk, Aberdeenshire Date and Time: Saturday 25th May, 2019. 10 am – 3 pm. Cost: £35 per person How to book: Click here to book online, or telephone 01349 866749.
CALA Family Support Project Coordinator Mairianne Nairn has been helping deliver 13 weekly hour-long sessions peep sessions with fathers inside HMP Prison Inverness. At the request of the Prison Governor, this is now the third time the programme has run. The following quotes come from the father’s who took part in the programme: “Peep’s had a […]
The following blog post comes from the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations. They have released a cybersecurity guide, full of information on keeping you safe online. Although it is aimed at third sector organisations, it contains valuable information for individuals too. For Cyber Scotland Week 2019, ACOSVO have partnered with SCVO and the Scottish Government to promote Cyber-Security across […]
Register your place by filling out our online booking form: https://careandlearning.typeform.com/to/nSVHPn or telephone Rebecca on 01349 866749.
The following information comes from the Highland Literacy Blog: Speech and Language Therapists across Highland work in collaboration with practitioners in Early Learning and Childcare settings and schools to support adult/ child interactions through the Words Up Early and Words Up Primary Key Messages. Last session, working with Early Learning and Childcare practitioners in Scottish […]
The following blog update comes from Jayne Macintosh at Junior World in Nairn: Joining up with Terracycle at the end of last year we have been increasing our awareness of recycling and everyone has been participating with the Walkers Crisp Packet Initiative and we have so far collected over 1000 crisp packets. Last week we […]
The fourth edition of the Child Protection Bulletin is now available to download. It features information on female genital mutilation, links to useful websites, a new online safety education resource for 4-7 year-olds, and what to do if you have a child protection concern. Click here to download the bulletin [PDF].
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