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EXHIBITOR PROFILES42www.scottishlearningfestival.org.ukThe Scottish Learning Festival 2010 Show GuideMLS is the UK's leading supplier of Library and resource management systems to education with over 25 year's experience and a client base in excess of 12,000 schools. Come and see the fantastic new Silverlight interface for Eclipse.net and the latest version of Junior Librarian.net, also designed using Silverlight. Getting to grips with Glow? Why not come and see some of the work we are doing to place your library and resource at the heart of this platform.MICRO LIBRARIAN SYSTEMSJ11Arden House, Shepley Lane, Hawk Green, Marple, Cheshire SK6 7JW, UKTel: 0161 449 9357Fax: 0161 449 0055Email: aobrien@microlib.co.ukWeb: www.microlib.co.ukMedalsforschools is a subsidiary company of NDS Trophies, Established 1982. Since its inception in 2005, Medalsforschools has developed into the foremost Supplier of Medals, trophies and badges to schools and other educational establishments throughout the UK, with over 6000 UK schools using their products, and others as remote as Malta, Qatar, Spain, Canada and Even Bosnia Hertgovina. They have developed their own range of Top Quality Budget priced medals for most Sporting and Academic School events starting at £1 for a 50mm medal and ribbon. Speed and Efficiency is their byword, with 99% of orders shipping within 1 working day. MEDALSFORSCHOOLS.COMJ64S252 Smithdown Road, Wavertree, Liverpool L15 5AH, UKTel: 0500 131013Fax: 0151 281 7256Email: mike@medalsforschools.co.ukWeb: www.medalsforschools.comMatrix Display Systems is a division of the largest audio visual systems integrator in the UK, Audio Visual Machines Ltd (AVM). Matrix specialises in the Education sector, supplying and installing bespoke interactive teaching and learning environments. The Education team comprises professionals from primary, secondary and higher education, all with the technological knowledge to develop enhanced learning in the classroom. Matrix solutions include: . Lecture Theatres & Room Control . School Hall AV Packages . Video Conferencing Systems . LCD and Plasma Screens . Digital Signage . Projectors and Visualisers . Pupil Response Systems . Interactive Whiteboards and Software . Service and Maintenance Packages . Installation and TrainingMATRIX DISPLAY SYSTEMS LTDF12Unit 1, Riverview Business Park, Friarton Road, Perth, PH2 8DF, ScotlandTel: 0845 2626 600Fax: 0845 2626 601Email: Scotland@matrixdisplay.comWeb: www.matrixdisplay.comRasmus ehf is providing a Mathematics website called MathScene.co.uk Authors: Tomas Rasmus, Hugo Rasmus, Agnethe Kristj·nsson and Johann Isak Petursson are mathematics teachers in Secondary schools and Comprehensive College. A new Scene for Mathematics - Math Scene was created to help pupils improve their results in learning mathematics. The website covers the fundamental elements of mathematics for pupils 8 -18 years of age. The material is divided into units, each one teaching and testing a small area of a mathematics topic. Different language - For the primary school Math Scene offers: English, Spanish, Polish, Russian, Icelandic, Danish, Swedish and Norwegian versionsMATHSCENE.CO.UK AND RASMUS.ISJ64EBlondubakka 12, Reykjavik, 109, IcelandTel: +354 8993698Fax: +354 8993698Email: tomas@rasmus.is and info@mathscene.co.ukWeb: http://mathscene.co.uk/Manor Adventure has been established for over 20 years offering high quality residential activity courses using outdoor pursuits to help in the development of each child. We are delighted to be opening our first Scottish centre in March 2011 with the acquisition of Lockerbie Manor. Please come and visit our stand to discuss, without obligation, what Manor Adventure can offer your school and see the differences between Lockerbie Manor and the centre you currently use. We also operate Le Chateau du Broutel an 18th Century Chateau Hotel - probably the best residential school journey centre in Northern France.MANOR ADVENTUREB60Craven Arms, Shropshire SY7 9BY, UKTel: 01584 861333Fax: 01584 861367Email: dconstance@manoradventure.f9.co.ukWeb: www.manoradventure.comLTCAS exists to strengthen the voice of the 2 million people living with long term conditions in Scotland. LTCAS has over 190 voluntary and community members from across Scotland, and works in strategic partnership with the Scottish Government and others to progress the long term conditions agenda. It is a basic right of disabled children and young people, and those with long term conditions, to be included and to enjoy equality of opportunity with their peers. In 2010 LTCAS produced the report 'Seen and not Heard: Exploring issues facing children and young people with long term conditions'.LTCAS / FSDCC53Venlaw Building, 349 Bath Street, Glasgow, G2 4AA, UKTel: 0141 404 0231Fax: 0141 246 0348Email: info@ltcas.org.ukWeb: www.ltcas.org.ukThe Lochgoilhead Centre is a 150 bed residential outdoor activity centre and is set amongst magnificent West Highland scenery only 1.5 hours from Glasgow. The Lochgoilhead Centre can support the four capacities of Curriculum for Excellence by promoting a positive attitude towards attainment by helping students reach their goals, encouraging creative thinking in new situations, applying different learning techniques, supporting independent and group learning, creating a positive experience, facilitating success in different activities and encouraging a positive attitude to the environment and many other learning outcomes.THE LOCHGOILHEAD CENTREA30Shelter Park, Lochgoilhead, Argyll PA24 8AQ, UKTel: 01301 703 217Fax: 01301 703 562Email: info@lochgoilhead.org.ukWeb: www.lochgoilhead.org.ukLive-N-Learn are Scotland's fastest growing provider of motivational workshops. We design and deliver innovative and inspiring learning experiences for pupils (5-18), parents and teachers in every local authority in the country. After recognition in the TES and the Scottish Parliament, more and more schools are switching over to Live-N-Learn for an approach that inspires confidence with responsibility and develops resilience in their young people. Throughout the last 4 years all our programmes have been based on the research of last year's SLF Key note speaker, Carol Dweck. Come to stand L30 to hear how we can support your school.LIVE-N-LEARN LTDL30Suite 4, 44-46 Morningside Road, Edinburgh, Scotland EH10 4BF, UKTel: 07983 594169Email: scott@live-n-learn.co.ukWeb: www.live-n-learn.co.uk

www.scottishlearningfestival.org.uk43The Scottish Learning Festival 2010 Show GuideEXHIBITOR PROFILESWe manufacture all of our products, from scratch, in our factory in Leeds, West Yorkshire. We source our raw materials and suppliers locally, where possible, and use as much recycled material as we can in order to reduce the carbon footprint of our products and ensure that each and every trolley is hand built and inspected to be of the highest possible quality. At Norseman Direct we know that each customer has different needs which is why most of our trolleys can be fully customised to fit your requirements. NORSEMAN DIRECTB67Adrian House, 77 Swinnow Lane, Bramley, Leeds LS13 4TY, UKTel: 0113 256 6556Fax: 0113 255 2556Email: phoughton@norsemandirect.comWeb: www.norsemandirect.com"Together we can fight cervical cancer." Girls in Scotland are now being offered immunisation against Human Papilloma Virus (HPV), the most common cause of of cervical cancer. The immunisation is being offered routinely to all girls in their second year of secondary school (S2) who are aged 12-13. Between 2008-11 it is also being offered to older girls born on or after 1 September 1990 as part of a one-off catch-up programme. So what might be useful for teachers and parents to know? For information and resources about HPV immunisation in Scotland, visit stand HW26 or log on to www.fightcervicalcancer.org.ukNHS HEALTH SCOTLANDHW26The Priory, Canaan Lane, Edinburgh, EH10 4SG, UKTel: 0131 536 8790Fax: 0131 536 5502Email: lucia.hull@nhs.netNComputing, Inc. is the fastest growing desktop virtualization company in the world with over 20 million daily users in 140 countries. The company's award-winning, patented technology lowers desktop computing costs, improves manageability, and reduces both energy consumption and e-waste. It is the perfect solution for leveraging the power and potential of PCs and cloud computing. To learn more about NComputing, visit www.NComputing.comNCOMPUTING INCC32268 Bath Road, Slough, Berkshire SL1 4DX, UKTel: 01753 725574Fax: 01753 708810Email: jsmyth@ncomputing.comWeb: www.ncomputing.comThe National Education Network is a dedicated, educationally focused resource for teaching and learning without the constraints of time or location. It enables a safe, secure, collaborative and creative learning experience for pupils and teachers. The NEN's support for Next Generation Learning includes the provision of a vast range of online learning resources many of which are freely available to staff and students anytime, anywhere. NATIONAL EDUCATION NETWORKE30Unit 1, Saltmore Farm, New Inn Road, Hinxworth, Hertfordshire SG7 5EZ, UKTel: 01462 834 588Web: www.nen.gov.ukNASUWT is the largest teachers' union in the UK and the fastest growing in Scotland, representing teachers and headteachers in all sectors from early years to further education. NASUWT has a philosophy of 'putting teachers first' and campaigns to improve teachers' pay, reduce workload, remove bureaucracy, achieve a better work/life balance and tackle pupil indiscipline. NASUWT has secured significant improvements in pay and working conditions for teachers. Unrivalled legal and professional services are provided by a network of national, regional and local officers.NASUWTL8Hillscourt Education Centre, Rose Hill, Rednal, Birmingham, West Midlands B45 8RS, UKTel: 0121 453 6150Fax: 0121 457 6140Email: judy.page@mail.nasuwt.org.ukWeb: www.nasuwt.comMy Learning (UK) Ltd provides multi-lingual learning solutions for the UK and international education markets. We specialise in Early Years, Primary and SEN learning platforms and also provide careers advice and business planning tools for colleges and authorities. Our products are highly regarded for their ease of use, appealing designs and support for 54 languages, providing inclusion where English may not be a primary language. All our products are designed to work over the internet on a range of devices from traditional PCs, through to iPad and Smartphone technologies. Our focus remains towards 21st century innovative learning tools and interfaces.MY LEARNING (UK) LTDE46.24-25 High Street, Broseley, Shropshire TF12 5EZ, UKTel: 01952 872464Email: info@mylearningltd.co.ukWeb: www.mylearningltd.co.ukTHE MORAY COUNCILPlease visit our stand for further information.LA15Beechbrae Education Centre, Duffus Road, Elgin, IV30 4NP, ScotlandTel: 01343 557900Fax: 01343 557935Email: irene.ross@moray-edunet.gov.ukWeb: www.moray.gov.ukMMA will be showing a range of products from its award winning educational brands Twoey Toys and Active Designs. Twoey Toys is well known for its innovative, toy and furniture designs for schools, libraries and any other area where children play. Active Designs provides a range of high quality educational equipment for primary and nursery schools. These unique products are closely aligned to the school curriculum and make learning a creative and fun experience for both teachers and pupils. All products are designed and manufactured in the UK and conform to British Standards.MIKE MILLER ASSOCIATES LTDEY8Syke Road, Wigton, Cumbria CA7 9NS, UKTel: 01697 349 774Email: jo@activedesigns.co.ukWeb: www.activedesigns.co.uk