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EXHIBITOR PROFILES46www.scottishlearningfestival.org.ukThe Scottish Learning Festival 2010 Show GuideRM is a global provider of ICT software, infrastructure, furniture and services to education. Visit stand J15 to see some of the latest ICT for education from RM, Apple Education Mentors and Lego Education. Come and watch children using these resources and see for yourself how they can support your implementation of the new curriculum by encouraging creativity and cross curricular learning. Drop in to see us on the RM stand or, if you'd like a more in depth conversation at the show to discuss your ICT strategy, contact me to arrange an appointment for you. Contact jyeadon@rm.comRMJ15New Mill House, 183 Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxfordshire OX14 4SE, UKTel: 0845 0700300Fax: 0845 0700400Email: jyeadon@rm.comWeb: www.rm.comSocial Enterprise Education - Paisley Grammar School senior pupils, through funding from the authority Dragons' Den, started their mobile beauty business where they offer a range of beauty treatments to staff and pupils. They use the money from this to go into the community and provide free beauty treatments to residents at a local care home. Bushes Primary School 'Sparkles' Nail Bar runs weekly in school. They donate the proceedings from their enterprise project to charities - decided by the pupils themselves. The Paisley Grammar students have supported the Bushes pupils to further develop their business promoting a partnership across the primary/secondary sector.RENFREWSHIRE COUNCILLA26Renfrewshire House, Cotton Street, Paisley, Renfrewshire PA1 1LE, UKTel: 0141 842 5683Fax: 0141 842 5655Email: marianne.mcguire@renfrewshire.gov.uk wilma.leburn@renfrewshire.gov.ukWeb: www.renfrewshire.gov.uk Outdoor Play Come What May. Raindrops, childrens' outdoors clothing specialists from Scandinavia, supply quality, hard wearing waterproofs, wellies and accessories for children and teachers. Waterproof dungarees, trousers, all-in-ones, jackets and much more. Tried and tested by children and teachers in Forest schools, nurseries, primary schools, Sure Start and family centres across the country. Never Let Rain Stop Play...RAINDROPS OUTDOOR CLOTHINGEY17Unit 8-10, Holmbush Ind.Est, Midhurst, West Sussex, GU29 9HX, UKTel: 01730 810031Fax: 01784 810031Email: sales@raindrops.co.ukWeb: www.raindrops.co.ukRadio Lingua Schools provides innovative language-learning materials for primary, secondary and staff development. Our courses have been used by several million learners throughout the world and have consistently been the top iTunes education downloads for four years. These courses are now available as online self-access materials for primary staff to help support the delivery of languages in the primary in a sustainable way. Radio Lingua Schools is uniquely placed to provide accessible materials for a range of languages, perfectly suited to mobile learning, and innovative pupil workshops through which young people experience languages in cross-curricular projects involving creative digital technologiesRADIO LINGUA SCHOOLSJ64PTel: 0845 834 0115Fax: 0845 834 0116Email: schools@radiolingua.comWeb: www.radiolinguaschools.comQuarriers Seafield Service provides care and learning for boys aged 7-17 years. Based in the town of Ardrossan, Ayrshire, Quarriers Seafield is a residential school, providing a holistic child-centred approach to supporting young people who have complex needs. More specifically we support young people who have ADHD, are on the Autistic spectrum, have significant attachment difficulties or have experienced trauma resulting in a range of emotional and behavioural needs. We focus on positive learning through the promotion of rights, responsibilities, respect and relationships. If you'd like to discuss what Seafield could offer, we'd be delighted to speak to you.Quariers Seafield ServiceF6886 Eglinton Road, Ardrossan, Ayrshire KA22 8NL, UKTel: 01294 470355Fax: 01294 470341Email: seafieldschool@quarriers.org.ukWeb: www.quarriersseafield.org.ukQuality Meat Scotland (QMS) is the public body responsible for the promotion and development of the Scottish red meat industry. Health and Education is an important aspect of the work we do in schools. We offer a wide range of free resources including publications, the Meat Voucher scheme and school demonstrations that focus on healthy eating and the importance of red meat as part of a balanced diet. We are keen to engage with students to take an active role in their learning and support teachers where possible.QUALITY MEAT SCOTLANDHW32The Rural Centre, Ingliston, Newbridge, EH28 8NZ, ScotlandTel: 0131 472 4041Email: randerson@qmscotland.co.ukPublishing Scotland is the network body for the book publishing industry in Scotland, working to promote and protect the interest of its members, both nationally and internationally. Featuring members Gaelic Books, Strident Publishing, Barrington Stoke and Academy Media. PUBLISHING SCOTLANDF55Scottish Book Centre, 137 Dundee Street, Edinburgh, EH11 1BG, UKTel: 0131 228 6866Fax: 0131 228 3220Email: enquiries@publishingscotland.orgWeb: www.publishingscotland.orgEducational technology specialist, Promethean, will be inviting visitors to the Scottish Learning Festival to get involved in its 'Giving Every Child a Voice' recycling campaign. Created in partnership with ChildLine, the campaign enables schools to exchange old mobile phones for a set of Promethean's handheld voting devices, named ActivExpression, at the same time as raising valuable funds for ChildLine. Visitors will be able to try out ActivExpression on stand C10, where Promethean's latest ActivClassroom solutions, including its new mobile interactive whiteboard system, will be demonstrated in a series of best practice seminars which will take place throughout the show. PROMETHEANC10Promethean House, Lower Philips Road, Blackburn, Lancashire BB1 5TH, UKTel: 01254 676 921Fax: 01254 581 574Email: stephanie.robb@prometheanworld.comWeb: www.prometheanworld.com

www.scottishlearningfestival.org.uk47The Scottish Learning Festival 2010 Show GuideEXHIBITOR PROFILESScotland's National Parks are beautiful, exceptional places full of fantastic things to see, do and learn about. Be inspired to teach in the outstanding landscapes of the Cairngorms National Park and Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park. They provide a range of outdoor learning opportunities that can help schools and educators deliver the Curriculum for Excellence from Ranger led visits and junior Ranger programmes to learning resource packs and websites, and CPD training for teachers.SCOTLAND'S NATIONAL PARKSJ64OTel: 01479 873535, 01389 722125Email: enquiries@cairngorms.co.uk alison.wilkie@lochlomond-trossachs.orgWeb: www.cairngorms.co.uk, www.lochlomond-trossachs.orgScotland's Commissioner for Children and Young People promotes and safeguards children's rights in Scotland. The current Commissioner is Tam Baillie, and this year his office is undertaking a national consultation of children and young people to help inform work policy priorities. There are lots of ways in which children and young people can get involved, including a national vote every day in November 2010. To find out more about the consultation see www.arightblether.co.uk and for more information on the Commissioner's office www.sccyp.org.uk, or for young people www.youngpeople.sccyp.org.ukSCOTLAND'S COMMISSIONER FOR CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLEJ6985 Holyrood Road, Edinburgh, EH88AU, UKTel: 0131 558 3733Fax: 0131 556 3378Email: info@sccyp.org.ukWeb: www.sccyp.org.ukLooking for great global citizenship resources or speakers for your school? Well, come and visit SCIAF's stand where we'll have a range of resources for both primary and secondary schools, and also be able to advise you on the practical support SCIAF can offer your school. SCIAF is the official international aid agency of the Catholic Church in Scotland, working in 20 countries across Africa, Asia and Latin America to support some of the world's poorest people, regardless of religious background. SCIAF wants to inspire and engage young people in Scotland in the struggle against global poverty and inequality.SCIAFK3019 Park Circus, Glasgow, Scotland G3 6BE, UKTel: 0141 354 5511Fax: 0141 354 5533Web: www.sciaf.org.ukOur innovative School Radio packages combine rugged, practical equipment with leading edge broadcast technology to provide solutions for infant, primary, secondary and higher education. We offer a range of portable and fixed School Radio solutions as well as speaker installation and web streaming/podcast hosting. This year we will be exhibiting our new Portable Plus package at the show which combines the convenience of a fixed studio with the flexibility of a portable solution, all in a unique, secure package. From studios to transmission, if you are into school radio then we can help them stop by and say hello.SCHOOL RADIO BY P SQUARED LTDA231-2 Maritime House, Maritime Business Park, Livingstone Road, Hessle, East Yorkshire HU13 0EG, UKTel: 01482 350700Fax: 01482 350701Email: sales@schoolradio.co.ukWeb: www.schoolradio.co.ukScholastic Education publish inspirational, affordable, time-saving resources to help you teach. Popular series include Read & Respond, Connectors, Shockwave, Investigate and Out of this World. Our full range of resources can be found on our website www.scholastic.co.uk, including Education PLUS magazines, which are available in print and online. Our latest release Story Stage is designed to facilitate collaborative literacy work by allowing children to each have their own mouse and work together at the same time! To try it for yourself visit www.storystage.co.uk and start a free trial or visit us on Stand E42 for a demonstration.SCHOLASTIC LIMITEDE42Book End, Range Road, Witney, Oxfordshire OX29 OXD, UKTel: 01926 893456Fax: 01926 893222Email: cratcliffe@scholastic.co.ukWeb: www.scholastic.co.uk/educationRock UK is a long established Christian charity providing exciting outdoor adventure at its UK based adventure centres. Enjoy safe and enjoyable fun as part of a residential or day visit and try out many of our adventurous activities including mountain biking, climbing, kayaking, abseiling, archery, canoeing and much much more. Rock UK prides itself on being flexible in working with you to put together a programme that will suit your budget,needs and learning objectives. All our centres are licensed by the Adventure Activities Licensing Authority. ROCK UKHW20Frontier Centre, Addington Road, Irthlingborough, Northampstonshire NN9 5UH, UKTel: 0844 8000 222Email: sales.info@rockuk.orgWeb: www.rockuk.orgRoad Safety Scotland's remit is to develop and co-ordinate Scotland-wide road safety publicity campaigns, and educational approaches and resources. It fosters a strong partnership approach with local authorities, police forces and other partner organisations throughout Scotland. The range of educational approaches developed by Road Safety Scotland is aimed for use with pre-school, primary and secondary pupils, and pupils with additional learning needs. Approaches and resources are developed in line with Curriculum for Excellence embracing the four capacities. Links are made to experiences and outcomes in a range of curricular areas, and to health and wellbeing, numeracy and literacy across learning. ROAD SAFETY SCOTLANDC45Heriot Watt Research Pk North, Riccarton, Edinburgh, EH14 4AP, UKTel: 0131 472 9202Fax: 0131 472 9201Email: mairi.blair@transportscotland.gsi.gov.ukWeb: www.roadsafetyscotland.org.ukThe Royal National Lifeboat Institution: safety through learning. RNLI Education will be attending for the second time and will demonstrate our free, wide-ranging educational programme, targeted at your curriculum needs. Visit us to find out more about the wide range of subject areas and age ranges we cover, with everything from lesson plans and interactive whiteboard activities closely matched to the "Curriculum for Excellence" to classroom visits and assemblies. Visit our website before you come to the show at rnli.org.uk/shorething/adults, where you can discover how the RNLI can cater for all your teaching needs.RNLI HQF59West Quay Rd, Poole, Dorset BH15 1HZ, UKTel: 01202 336090Fax: 01202 662243Email: rnelson@rnli.org.ukWeb: www.rnli.org.uk