Portree Family First Mother and Baby Group visit a fire station

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The Portree Family First Mother and baby group celebrated ‘Child Accident Prevention Trust’ (CAPT) Child safety week with a visit to the local Fire Station on Wed 8th June. Here’s CALA Family First Co-ordinator Shirley to explain more:

Great fun had by all. We had a tour of the fire station and tried on the very heavy helmets. We were then able to sit and drive the engine, have fun with sirens and lights before getting to play with the hose.fire-engine-group-photo

Mums, dads, babies and toddlers all had a great morning in the sunshine and have all asked for another trip next year. Thank you to our kind firemen for making it such fun, and they offered all parents a free home safety check as part of our visit. ‘

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Variation in Timings to Previously Advertised Curriculum for Excellence Training

Variation in Timings to Previously Advertised Curriculum for Excellence Training

Fort William

Tuesday 15th March 2016,12. 15p.m– 3. 30p.m (lunch provided)

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Tuesday 22nd March 2016, 12. 15p.m – 3. 30p.m (lunch provided)

Training will encourage thinking about how CfE is being implemented in
your centre, including some relevant information and guides from Education Scotland. We will help you to reflect on what stage you have reached and consider how to progress. The course will also include practical elements of looking at specific aspects within CfE.

Book now for the following Curriculum for Excellence courses for Early Learning and Childcare practitioners in the Highland Council’s Early Learning and Childcare Staff Development Programme (2015-16).

If you have access to the Highland Council online CPD system you should book in this way, but if you have any difficulties, or do not have access, please contact Clachnaharry on 01463 711176