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page 68 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:

EXHIBITOR Scottish Learning Festival 2010 Show GuideThe Creative Learning Journey is working in partnership with a Fife Primary School Cluster to make The Creative Learning Journey available to Scottish Primary Schools working within the Curriculum for Excellence guidelines. This revolutionary approach to learning totally meets the Curriculum for Excellence agenda, bringing together outcomes, skills and capacities within an innovative resource, enabling schools to develop an original, exciting and creative curriculum that re-ignites teaching and children's learning. CLJ meets that challenge with on-line resources and printed materials that help schools identify skills, plan and assess in detail, delivering a valuable personalised curriculum to meet school and community needs. THE CREATIVE LEARNING JOURNEYC3077 Riverside 3, Sir Thomas Longley Road, Rochester, Kent ME2 4BH, UKTel: 01634 716222Fax: 01634 716888Email: Outdoors serves groups of up to 60 people, either as day visitors, or residential packages with bunkhouse accommodation. Our ethos is to offer easy access to a wide range of fun and challenging activities, enabling visitors, whatever their personal abilities or fitness level, to enjoy their time with us, and to be pleased with what they have achieved. Craggan Outdoors is AALA licensed, and ended 2009 as's top-rated 'thing to do' in Scotland, and was also the only activity centre to be shortlisted for 'Best Visitor Experience' in the prestigious Highlands & Islands Tourism Awards 2009.CRAGGAN OUTDOORSH60Craggan Golf Course, Grantown-On-Spey, PH26 3NT, UKTel: 01479 873 283Email: year CLA introduced a new Schools Licence. In addition to the existing rights to photocopy, scan and/or re-type printed materials, the new licence includes the right to copy and re-use digital material such as e-books, e-journals and website content. The licence was introduced in response to demand within the schools sector highlighted by our market research. It will help ensure that teachers and students can continue to use published information effectively in a modern learning environment, while respecting copyright. For further details about how you can take advantage of these new rights, visit stand L40. Contact Jo Warner-Howard, 020 7400 3145.COPYRIGHT LICENSING AGENCY LTDL40Saffron House, 6-10 Kirby Street, London, EC1N 8TS, UKTel: 020 7400 3145Fax: 020 7400 3101Email: manufacture audio equipment for schools. Products include 'Real Time' audio Recorders, CD players, language and hallsound equipment and portable PA. Our philosophy is to produce reliable, practical audio that is easy to operate and it's not uncommon to find our products providing great service for years after purchase. At the exhibition we will be demonstrating our current audio recorders and classroom players, new PA and powerful, stylish new hall audio system with its built in touch sensitive mixer desk. Our equipment is packed with features, but remains easy to use. Coomber equipment is designed and manufactured in Britain. COOMBERF51Brindley Road, Warndon, Worcester WR4 9FB, UKTel: 01905 342070Fax: 01905 759170Email: Consortium is the UK's largest independent provider of educational supplies, serving schools, colleges and universities nationally for almost 40 years. Our ongoing commitment to provide the best possible quality, value, choice and service to help you deliver today's curriculum was recently recognised when we were awarded Supplier of the Year by the British Educational Suppliers Association. Scotland Excel has awarded The Consortium the Classroom Activities Materials Contract, on a shared basis, and we are delighted to offer you extensive savings on key items from our Art, Craft & Design range with free next day delivery, if you need it! THE CONSORTIUME1Hammond Way, Trowbridge, Wiltshire BA14 8RR, UKTel: 0845 330 7780Fax: 0845 330 7775Email: is the effective and time-saving way for your students to learn, revise and embed the lessons they need to achieve a full understanding and a good pass at maths. ConquerMaths includes 480 lessons covering S1 to S4. Each lesson includes a concise 3 to 10 minute animated tutorial narrated by an experienced teacher. Concepts are taught using step by step instructions. Each lesson is tested using an appropriate worksheet with automatic marking. Detailed analysis and reports are available for teachers to view progress, check homework and to set schemes of work for individuals or groups of students.CONQUER MATHSJ64HQuayside Bdc, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE61LL, UKTel: 01912 401990Fax: 01912 401949Email: info@conquermaths.comWeb: www.conquermaths.comCompass Academic represent a range of publisher clients selling titles into bookshops across the entire UK and Irish market, as well as all the main library suppliers, wholesalers, and all the major bookselling chains. We bring a professional approach, expertise and commitment to educational publishers, offering a unique range of services. We will be representing Studymates and Hopscotch at the Scottish Learning Festival 2010.COMPASS ACADEMIC LTDQ330 Progress Business Centre, Whittle Park Way, Slough, SL1 6DQ, UKTel: 07901 is a website for teachers, designed to link learning with the Clyde's heritage / regeneration and its new career opportunities. A suite of 200 FREE lesson plans, linking 8 Scottish curricular areas with 12 Clyde themes e.g. languages & tourism, as per Curriculum for Excellence, has been developed by local teachers for P6 to S3 pupils. Clyde Waterfront Strategic Partnership is also supporting Clyde Cruises' great value "Classroom on the Clyde" 2 hour school trips for £300 (125 passengers max) between Pacific Quay, Braehead and Clydebank, to bring the lesson plans to life and showcase Scotland's biggest regeneration project.CLYDEWATERFRONTEDUCATION.COMK494th Floor, Atrium Court, 50 Waterloo Street, Glasgow, G2 6HQ, UKTel: 0141 229 5423Web: