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EXHIBITOR Scottish Learning Festival 2010 Show GuideHeinemann, part of Pearson, brings together the very best expertise to support active learning. Discover our wide range of engaging resources from across the curriculum, and a variety of approaches to delivering the Curriculum for Excellence. Primary resources: The brand new Heinemann Active Maths; Bug Club, the reading programme that joins books with an online reading world; and inspiring topics from BBC Active to enhance classroom teaching and learning. Spanning all secondary subjects and written for students of all ability levels, our secondary materials include much-loved courses such as Scottish Secondary Maths, Expo pour l'Ecosse and our New Windmills series. HeinemanK15PO Box 229, 11 Caxton Hill, SG13 7XH, UKTel: 0845 630 1111Fax: 01865 314028Email: jack.ormandy@pearson.comWeb: KNOWLEDGE PRODUCTSPlease visit our stand for further information.A38139 Siddhant Survey No.97/6, Off Paud Road, Kothrud, Pune, 411038, IndiaTel: +91 2025284201Fax: +91 2025285411Web: www.raptivity.comThe 'Enterprise Game' challenges players to run their own business and make theirs more successful than anybody else's, an ideal way to introduce enterprise learning in both primary and secondary schools. Taking 60-90 minutes players must "make, sell and deliver" their product to customers around the Game board, balancing the desire to grow with the need to cover their running costs. According to Duncan Bannatyne (of BBC's Dragons' Den fame), " The 'Enterprise' Game captures the essence of what business is all about, making selling and delivering what customers want - I wish I had invented it".HALTON BOROUGH COUNCILD42Childrens And Young People's Directorate, Grosvenor House, Halton Lea, Runcorn, Cheshire WA7 2WD, UKTel: 0151 471 7614/5Fax: 0151 4717321Email: www.theenterprisegame.comThe General Teaching Council for Scotland is the independent professional body which maintains and enhances teaching standards and promotes and regulates the teaching profession in Scotland. We strive to be a world leader in professional education issues and aim to promote equality and diversity in all our activities. The Council works closely with educational partners across Scotland and internationally, welcoming teachers from across the world, through study visits, to share in Scotland's world class induction scheme and highly respected professional standards in the teaching profession. GTC Scotland is recognised as a voice and advocate for the teaching profession in Scotland.GTC SCOTLANDE20Clerwood House, 96 Clermiston Road, Edinburgh, EH12 6UT, UKTel: 0131 3146000Email: Messenger is a Parental Contact System used by more than 2,500 schools throughout the UK, enabling them to send text, voice or email messages in multiple languages to parents' mobile phones or landlines, providing unauthorised absence and general parental communication. Messenger reads pupil and attendance information live and in real time from the school's MIS. Find out more about Groupcall's full product range by going to: www.groupcall.comGROUPCALL LIMITEDE40The Estate House, 201 High Street, Chigwell, Essex IG7 5BJ, UKTel: 0203 328 4600Fax: 0203 328 4601Email: nwalker@groupcall.comWeb: www.groupcall.comCome test your reactions and muscle strength with our exciting interactive BodyWorks 'On Tour' exhibits, and try to make it onto our leader board. Find out about our fantastic exhibition, "Wallace and Gromit presents A World of Cracking ideas" and all the innovative shows, workshops and activities in GSC, all fully curriculum linked for CfE 3-18. BodyWorks 'On tour' is our amazing Health and Wellbeing programme, supported by GlaxoSmithKline, which includes engaging exhibits, science shows and workshops. We can bring BodyWorks directly to your school and play an integral part to your health and science weeks.GLASGOW SCIENCE CENTREHW3450 Pacific Quay, Glasgow, Glasgow G51 1EA, UKTel: 0871 540 1105 306Fax: 0871 540 1106Email: lynn.mcmahon@glasgowsciencecentre.orgWeb: www.glasgowsciencecentre.orgGlasgow City Council Education priorities for further development are to: . raise attainment and achievement for all . develop further Curriculum for Excellence in all establishments . meet the needs of all learners, in particular, those with additional support needs, through further implementation of the Additional Support for Learning Act 2004 . develop further the Early Childhood and Extended Services strategy . improve our approaches to finance and resource management to deliver effective and efficient services . work with partner services, such as health and social work services to improve further outcomes for all children, young people and their families.Glasgow City Council Education ServicesLA23Wheatley House, 25 Cochrane Street, Glasgow, G1 1HL, ScotlandTel: 0141 2872000Fax: 0141 2873795Web: Assessment is a leading provider of assessment solutions for children's education, mental health and wellbeing. Our tests, for 0-19 year olds, identify individual abilities and learning styles, measure progress and predict achievement. Many, such as the Cognitive Abilities Test (CAT), are online as well as in print, giving teachers easy administration, no marking and instant results. Delegates can also meet our new sister company, Kirkland Rowell, who specialise in school self-evaluation and parental, pupil and staff surveys. GL ASSESSMENTK32The Chiswick Centre, 414 Chiswick High Road, Chiswick, London, W4 5TF, UKTel: 0845 602 1937Fax: 0845 601 5358Email: Scottish Learning Festival 2010 Show GuideEXHIBITOR PROFILESiansyst Ltd is a one-stop shop supplier for a comprehensive range of leading software, switches & assistive technology solutions to help people with dyslexia and other disabilities. We now have a Scottish office based in Glasgow. Our friendly team there can be contacted with any enquiries about the products and services which we provide and are on hand to assist with your requirements. For further information go to our website or visit us at stand no L19 where we will be showcasing our latest products.IANSYST LTDL19The Centrum Building, 38 Queen Street, Glasgow, G1 3DX, UKTel: 0141 548 8262 Fax: 0141 548 8001Email: Outreach spreads awareness of the work, processes and relevance of the institution of Parliament, encouraging greater engagement between the public and the House of Commons and House of Lords. Parliamentary Outreach's work includes: . Delivering free training explaining the work of Parliament . Promoting engagement with Select Committee inquiries . Showing how the public can get involved with legislative scrutiny . Demonstrating Parliament's relevance to each part of the UK . Using cultural programmes to connect Parliament and the public Parliamentary Outreach works in partnership with many organisations, from local community groups and adult citizenship classes to national campaign networks and NGOs.HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT - PARLIAMENTARY OUTREACHL47Parliamentary Outreach, Norman Shaw Building, SW1A 2TT, UKTel: 020 7219 4214Email: parliamentaryoutreach@parliament.ukWeb: BSF is quickly establishing itself with all the major players to provide pin boards, whiteboards and all the other products traditionally used in schools and offices - all to a high level of quality but at competitive prices. However, it is not our standard products that we are building our reputation on, rather our ability to work with Customers to give them the products they want. We have our own aluminium fabrication works and our own powder coating plant. Our latest patented innovation is an interactive rollerboard, called the VERSA IRB, which has already received much acclaim.Horizon BSF LtdB10Holme Mills, Britannia Rd, Huddersfield, HD3 4QF, UKEmail: is responsible for the annual commemoration of Holocaust Memorial Day (27 January) in the UK. Each year we produce free resources that encourage participation in HMD in communities and schools. HMD is an opportunity for everyone to learn the lessons of the past to create a safer, better future.HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY TRUSTD22Po Box 61074, London, SE1P 5BX, UKTel: 0845 838 1883Email: aims to raise awareness and understanding of the Holocaust and its relevance today. Working in schools and higher education institutions, HET provides teacher training, classroom resources - including the BAFTA award-winning Recollections: Eyewitnesses Remember the Holocaust - and outreach into schools allowing students to hear Survivor testimony firsthand. The Scottish Government-funded Lessons from Auschwitz Project is an innovative four-part course for post-16 students which incorporates a one-day visit to Auschwitz-Birkenau and highlights what can happen if prejudice becomes acceptable. Think Equal works with schools in communities confronting ethnic or cultural tension to deliver workshops on the dangers of racism.THE HOLOCAUST EDUCATIONAL TRUSTA31Bcm, Box 7892, London, WC1N 3XX, UKTel: 020 7222 6822Fax: 020 7233 0161Web: Gibson publishes the widest and largest range of textbooks and revision guides designed specifically for the Scottish curriculum. Visit us for special deals on all our offerings! Hoder GibsonD302A Christie Street, Paisley, PA1 1NBTel: 0141 848 1609Fax: 0141 889 6315Email: Inspectorate of Education's purpose is to improve Scottish education. We do this through our independent inspection and review across the sectors of Scottish education and in child protection, by sharing our knowledge of effective practice to build capacity for improvement, and by giving professional evidence-based advice. The HMIE stand will provide visitors with the opportunity to attend informal workshop sessions focusing on our support work for Curriculum for Excellence and developments in school inspections. There will be opportunities to see demonstrations of The Journey to Excellence resource in action and to have discussions with HMIE staff.HM INSPECTORATE OF EDUCATIONJ40Almondvale Business Park, Almondvale Way, Livingstone, EH54 6GA, ScotlandTel: 01506 600 200Fax: 01506 600 388Email: Council Education Culture and Sport Service are showcasing the Skills for Work programme which has developed in schools throughout Highland over the past few years. THE HIGHLAND COUNCILLA13Highland Council, Glenurquhart Road, Inverness, IV3 5NX, UKTel: 01463 702069Email: