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Cycling in St Ninian's High School

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We were recently lucky enough to receive assistance that enabled us to purchase a number of bicycles, allowing us to introduce cycling into the PE curriculum.  Please click here to read a little bit more about the scheme.

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Scottish Education Awards Success

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St Ninian's High School are delighted to be the proud winners of the Enterprise and Employability Across Learning Award, received at the Scottish Education Awards on Wednesday 10th June 2015. We were also finalists in the Numeracy Across Learning Award.

 

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Scottish Confucius Classroom of the Year

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Please click here to view an article announcing that the Confucius Institute for Scottish Schools has been successful in winning Global Confucius Classroom of the year. As part of this we have been awarded winners of the Scottish Confucius Classroom of the year and we are delighted to be part of this national and global success.

Congratulations to all those involved in promoting the Chinese language and culture across East Dunbartonshire.
 

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Learning Pathways in the Senior Phase and Beyond

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The National Parent Forum of Scotland are pleased to launch the latest in our Nutshell series ‘ Learning Pathways in the Senior Phase and Beyond’. This has been developed to help parents understand the options available to pupils once they reach S4. Please click here to view the document.

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The National Parent Forum of Scotland

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Please click here to view a report that The National Parent Forum of Scotland has produced on parents' needs and views in relation to assessment in Curriculum for Excellence.  The Report, "Sharing Learning, Sharing Assessment" follows the first national consultative group hosted by the NPFS.

To view a letter from the Chair of the National Forum of Scotland regarding 'Assessment and Reporting Approaches in the BGE', please click here.

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