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EXHIBITOR Scottish Learning Festival 2010 Show GuideCambridge Education: Learning Unlimited is Scotland's most successful teacher development agency. This year's emphasis is Curriculum for Excellence - Realistic Record Keeping and Powerful Planning for both primary and secondary teachers. We will also profile our products on active learning, motivation, assessment and learning and teaching. Cambridge Education: Learning Unlimited is a highly respected organisation with many years of experience working with schools and local authorities. Their consultancy supports schools in developing policy, quality assurance and good practice. They run frequent CPD delegate courses and provide in-school training using high quality materials. Find out more at: www.camb-ed.comCAMBRIDGE EDUCATION: LEARNING UNLIMITEDE50Mott Macdonald, 1 Atlantic Quay, Broomielaw, Glasgow, G2 8JB, UKTel: 0141 222 4595Fax: 0141 222 3795Email: based, Caledonia Play design and install outdoor learning and play resources to support implementation of all elements of the Curriculum for Excellence. We offer a wide range of products constructed from sustainable timber which can be used in the development of an outdoor classroom. Our product ranges are suitable for all stages and abilities, and will encourage imaginative play and promote active learning. Multifunctional structures will help to maximise use of space and budget whilst robust designs are built to last.CALEDONIA PLAYL20Drumbog House, Drum, Kinross KY13 0UN, UKTel: 01577 840570Fax: 01577 840570Email: info@caledoniaplay.comWeb: www.caledoniaplay.comBTCV Scotland believes young people can gain a lifetime's worth of inspiration from a positive first taste of nature. This year we are launching our exciting new training 'offer' for young people: Get Some Credit. We would like to work with educational establishments and youth referral agencies to provide young people with the opportunity to carry out and lead environmental projects in their own communities whilst also gaining meaningful accreditation that will boost confidence and improve employability. Get Some Credit meets the Government's vision of supporting young people to be successful learners and promotes the key concepts of outdoor learning.BTCVG61BTCV Scotland, Balallan House, 24 Allan Park, Stirling, Scotland FK8 2QG, UKTel: 01786 479697Fax: 01786 465359Email: Web: Red Cross offers programmes of learning and resources to help young people explore a humanitarian perspective of our complex and interdependent world and to gain skills for life and work. Opportunities include global citizenship/humanitarian education, first aid learning, and volunteering/work experience. Delivered through CPD, school speakers, and peer education. Visit our stand - D54 - to pick up free resources and learn about how we can support you in the classroom. And join us at the Discussion Zone, 4pm Wednesday, for "All's Fair in War?" where we'll be discussing teaching about conflict, justice and fairness in the secondary classroom.British Red CrossD54West Point House, 69 North Gyle Terrace, Edinburgh, EH12 8JY, UKTel: 0131 338 5700Email: the nation's heart charity, British Heart Foundation (BHF) Scotland saves lives every day through providing vital information, caring for people with heart disease, and pioneering research. Keeping children healthy and active is one of the most significant ways of reducing heart disease in the future. That's why we offer so many outstanding resources to encourage young people to make healthier choices - from activities, websites, stickers and books for all ages to our award-winning Food4Thought campaign, and Heartstart, our emergency life-support training. But we can only do it because you support our work. Together we will beat heart disease.BRITISH HEART FOUNDATION SCOTLANDHW30Ocean Point 1, 94 Ocean Drive, Edinburgh, EH6 6JH, UKTel: 0131 555 5891Fax: 0131 555 5014Email: British Council supports schools in Scotland to engage with a wide variety of opportunities. We support school linking within Europe and further afield. Teachers can access continuing professional development programmes, including exchanges and work placements abroad. We also provide online resources, and accreditation of international activity. International education provides real-life examples which bring curricular themes to life, stimulating interest and learning, and naturally developing the four capacities within Curriculum for Excellence. The British Council works closely with the Scottish Government and Learning and Teaching Scotland to promote and sustain global citizenship activity in Scotland.BRITISH COUNCIL SCOTLANDL50The Tun, 4 Jackson's Entry, Holyrood Road, Edinburgh, Scotland EH8 8PJ, UKTel: 0131 524 5722Fax: 0131 524 5701Email: sophie.patterson@britishcouncil.orgWeb: www.britishcouncil.orgEducation Publisher of the Year at the 2010 Independent Publishing Awards, Bright Red Publishing is the leading independent Scottish educational book publisher, and was recently named by the Bookseller as one of the fastest growing publishers in the UK in the first half of the year. We publish the very highest quality, most accessible revision and exam preparation materials for Scotland's students and teachers, including a new range of full colour revision titles for Advanced Higher students. We are also the publishers of the only official and authorised SQA Past Examination Papers and Answers. BRIGHT RED PUBLISHINGD486 Stafford Street, Edinburgh, Scotland EH3 7AU, UKTel: 0131 220 5804Email: is a resource-hub for Primary School teachers packed with free resources to promote healthy living. Bones stop growing in length by the time we are 18, and reach their peak strength in our 20s. Regular weight-bearing exercise when we are young, like dancing, combined with a balanced, calcium-rich diet means that we can build stronger bones at this crucial time to support us as we get older and make big steps early on to prevent potentially disabling bone problems, like osteoporosis, in later life. Request a FREE RESOURCE PACK at - an initiative from The National Osteoporosis Society.BONES4LIFEHW22Manor Farm, Camerton, Bath, BA2 0PJ, UKTel: 01761 473126Web: Scottish Learning Festival 2010 Show GuideEXHIBITOR PROFILESGoogle Apps is revolutionising the delivery of IT services in Scottish education. Cloud Campus are Google Apps Education Edition specialists. We provide planning, migration, training and support for Google Apps Edu to schools, colleges and universities in Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Our team of education, business and technology consultants de-risk your move to Google Apps and ensure a successful roll-out using our time-tested tools and methodologies. We believe passionately in the benefits of Google Apps Edu and its enormous cost-savings. Drop by our stand to talk about Google Apps for your school, college, university or education authority.CLOUD CAMPUSJ64G91 George Street, Edinburgh, EH2 3ES, UKTel: 0131 225 3303Email: allows teachers to use video in the classroom without the hassle of DVDs and televisions. ClickView software enables librarians / IT Managers to control and grow a digital video library. ClickView software is installed on a school's server which allows hundreds of users to concurrently access all the videos in the ClickView Digital Video Library. The user-friendly ClickView Player software is installed on school computers for access to the video library. The videos can also be seamlessly integrated into any VLE for on or off campus viewing. ClickView is the solution for schools progressing to digital video.CLICKVIEWC22Suite 3, Ravenscroft House, 61 Regent Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB2 1AB, UKTel: 01223 327926Fax: 0870 050 5971Web: of Edinburgh Council is committed to improving Educational experiences and outcomes for young people and is at the heart of our policy and practice. We strive to ensure that all our young people reach the highest standards of attainment and achievement and we look forward to sharing our progress together with some of the excellent practice from our schools. This will include learning and teaching, assessment, literacy across learning, numeracy outcomes, curriculum planning and Glow. We will also exhibit our well regarded Curriculum for Excellence Explained booklet aimed at parents that was developed in partnership with a parental representative.CITY OF EDINBURGHLA54 East Market Street, Edinburgh, EH8 8BG, UKTel: 0131 469 3000Email: in Scotland promotes the interests of children, young people and families to ensure Scotland's policies and services are of the highest quality and meet the needs of a diverse society. We make connections between research and policy, and practitioners' everyday experiences, influence policy and develop best practice through our consultations, briefings, workshops, seminars and conferences. We run specialist services for additional support needs (Enquire) and mediation (Resolve:ASL). Our publications, (including Children in Scotland magazine, Children in Europe magazine) and daily news service provides news and analysis on legislation, policies, research and good practice that help shape young lives.CHILDREN IN SCOTLANDL25Princes House, 5 Shandwick Place, Edinburgh, EH2 4RG, UKTel: 0131 228 8484Fax: 0131 228 8585Email: excellence in health and fitness - Central YMCA Qualifications (CYQ) is the UK's leading awarding body for health, fitness and wellbeing. We develop and award a diverse suite of Ofqual and SQA approved vocational and competence-based qualifications; these are delivered by training providers, universities, colleges, employers, prisons and schools within the UK and internationally. Our centres are supported by a friendly and knowledgeable team, providing informed technical and administrative advice, competitive certification fulfilment times and a range of support services. We also offer a wide range of print and digital resources, including eAssessment and innovative eLearning packages.CENTRAL YMCA QUALIFICATIONS (CYQ)L37112 Great Russell Street, London, WC1B 3NQ, UKTel: 020 7343 1800Fax: 020 7436 2687Email: (the Centre for Evaluation & Monitoring) is part of Durham University in the north east of England. CEM is the biggest provider of computer-adaptive assessments outside the US, and has a 25yr history. CEM's information systems cater for primary, secondary and post-16 education and are based on robust analysis and evidence-based research. CEM also specialises in bespoke test development and research commissions. Find out about CEM's 'adaptive' assessments that enable a more accurate and advanced way of measuring pupil progress and potential through school, as well as CEM's new 'Training & CPD' and 'In-school Audit' programmes and attitudinal survey.CEMD37Mountjoy Research Centre 4, Stockton Road, Durham City, DH1 3UZ, UKTel: 0191 334 4185Fax: 0191 334 4180Email: www.cemcentre.orgCATS PROTECTION - Who are we? Cats Protection is the UK's leading feline welfare charity. We produce a range of free educational CD-ROMS, embedding responsible pet ownership across the National Curriculum from Early Years Foundation Stage to KS4. What's on the stand? Our resources highlight the work of Cats Protection and the importance of responsible pet ownership. The underlying values of the packs are to encourage children to be thinking, responsible and caring human beings. All activities are curriculum-linked (across the U.K) and supported by teachers notes/pupil sheets. Our Caring for Cats and Junior Cat Care leaflet are also available.CATS PROTECTIONB32National Cat Centre, Chelwood Gate, Haywards Heath, Sussex RH17 7TT, UKTel: 08707 708 649Fax: 01825 741 924Email: Toward and Ardentinny programmes are focussed on helping to create CONFIDENT INDIVIDUALS and SUCCESSFUL LEARNERS. We see in our work at the centres, with over 150 schools every year, that repeated exposure for young people to new and different ways of being challenged (and challenging themselves) leads directly to repeated experience of new and different ways of being successful: and we see that young people who get used to being successful grow in self belief and confidence. Visit stand A10 in Hall 4 to speak to one of the centre staff.CASTLE TOWARD & ARDENTINNYA10Castle Toward Outdoor Centre, Toward, Nr Dunoon, Argyll PA23 7UHTel: 07766 902591Email: