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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

EXHIBITOR PROFILES44www.scottishlearningfestival.org.ukThe Scottish Learning Festival 2010 Show GuideVisit Oxford University Press at stand D45 and see Project X the amazing whole school improvement programme researched and developed to raise boys' literacy standards. Maths Makes Sense, a transformational system that delivers deep mathematical understanding for every child. Read Write Inc. Comprehension Plus - a dynamic language programme for upper juniors. From Oxford Reading Tree, Stories for writing by Pie Corbett inspires a love of reading and story telling. Floppy's Phonics fiction and non-fiction titles featuring your favourite characters. Time Chronicles, Biff, Chip, Kipper and friends have grown up and their true destiny is about to be revealed...OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESSD45Great Clarendon Street, Oxford, OX2 6DP, UKTel: 01865 353 070Fax: 01865 353 309Email: sarah.turner@oup.comWeb: www.oup.co.ukThe Outward Bound Trust has been established in Scotland for over 75 years. We offer high adventure and profound learning opportunities through our residential and peripatetic outdoor learning programmes. Our courses support the experiences and outcomes set out in a Curriculum for Excellence, especially in the area of Health and Wellbeing. The Trust raises over £2 million each year to be offered in bursary support for school and other groups, supporting the access of young people onto our programmes where economic issues would be an obstacle.THE OUTWARD BOUND TRUSTK50Hackthorpe Hall, Hackthorpe, Penrith, Cumbria CA11 9DW, UKTel: 01931 740020Fax: 01931 740001Email: peter.moran@outwardbound.org.ukWeb: www.theoutwardboundtrust.org.ukOutside The Box Learning Resources provide Teachers and Educationalists with innovative professional development resources, which are cutting edge, classroom focused, embedded with thinking skills, problem solving, critical and creative thinking, practical multiple intelligence instruction and learning styles. These resources focus on the 'How' rather than the 'What' students are learning. Two exciting new products will be launched at the Scottish Learning Festival namely the 'Spell Write Right' games based spelling programme and the S.A.L.T (Stop Ask Listen Talk) conflict resolution programme. Outside the Box provide resources suitable for foundation level, key stage 1 - key stage 4 and special needs students. OUTSIDE THE BOX LEARNING RESOURCESQ30W6W Tougher's Business Park, Newhall, Naas, County Kildare, IrelandTel: +353 45 409 322Fax: +353 45 409 959Email: irene@otb.ieWeb: www.otb.ieOur Dynamic Earth is the only centre of its kind in the UK dedicated to the furthering of Earth and Environmental Sciences. The HMIe inspected education service seeks to enthuse and encourage young people with challenging relevant and enjoyable curriculum linked learning in a stimulating and unique environment. Actively engaging young people with opportunities for both intra and interdisciplinary learning you can choose from immersive storytelling, investigative workshops, topical group debates or inspirational lectures covering a broad variety of Science and Social Studies topics including climate change, volcanoes and earthquakes, biodiversity, energy sources and sustainability. OUR DYNAMIC EARTHH61Holyrood Road, Edinburgh, EH8 8AS, UKTel: 0131 550 7800Fax: 0131 550 7801Email: enquiries@dynamicearth.co.ukWeb: www.dynamicearth.co.ukOrkney Islands Council is the smallest local authority in Scotland and serves about 3000 pupils across 22 schools, with many of our schools located in remote island communities. Education has a high profile in Orkney and so there are high expectations of achievement and equality of access to education. All schools are supported through visiting specialist who may even fly or take a boat on a daily basis to provide expressive arts and secondary subject support! Increasingly Glow is playing a role in supporting collaborative activities amongst our schools and supporting our ' Islands apart working together' ethos.ORKNEY ISLANDS COUNCILLA12School Place, Kirkwall, Orkney, KW15 1NY, UKTel: 01856 873535Web: www.orkney.gov.ukNumberGym Software specialises in maths software for school and home. Fantastic on whiteboards. Winner of the Pirelli Award for the Communication of Mathematics, "for its ability to provide children, by means of interactive tools and games, with an informal and fun approach to the complex world of mathematics". From Foundation to KS4 (ages 4 to 16), from learning multiplication tables to creative open-ended explorations, games and challenges. All our software is age neutral and uses minimal text so no barriers to accessing the mathematics. Great for SEN, adult learners, gifted & talented, class teaching and individual learning programs.NUMBERGYM SOFTWAREJ64A108 Brampton Road, St Albans, Hertfordshire AL1 4PY, UKTel: 01727 759 439Email: melvynrust@numbergym.co.ukWeb: www.numbergym.co.ukNorth Lanarkshire Council's Learning and Leisure Services has produced a series of high quality curricular resources which form part of a programme of support for the whole school development linked to Curriculum for Excellence. Resources have a proven record in raising pupil attainment and are specifically designed to ease teacher workload by providing teacher and pupil material and planning formats. A selection of resources are available for viewing and forpurchase at the North Lanarkshire exhibition stand with teachers on hand to provide information on the latest addition to our active literacy resources.NORTH LANARKSHIRE COUNCILLA7Kildonan Street, Coatbridge, ML5 3BT, ScotlandTel: 01236 812215Fax: 01236 812575Email: qdspacks@northlan.gov.ukWeb: www.northlanarkshire.gov.uk/curriculummaterialsNorth Ayrshire Council Education and Skills serves a school population of around 20,000 pupils in 53 primary, nine secondary and four special schools. Younger children attend one of the Council's 40 nurseries or approved voluntary or private nurseries. The recently restructured Community Services focuses on maintaining the strong traditions of lifelong learning and capacity building and is now developing projects emerging from the integrated service. Active learning is well embedded throughout our schools. The development of Curriculum for Excellence, with a strong focus on literacy, numeracy and HWB, has been supported through collaborative learning, cross-curricular work and learning outdoors.NORTH AYRSHIRE COUNCILLA30Cunninghame House, Irvine, KA12 8EE, ScotlandTel: 01294 324445Fax: 01294 324444Email: gjohnstone@north-ayrshire.gov.ukWeb: www.north-ayrshire.gov.uk