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EXHIBITOR Scottish Learning Festival 2010 Show GuideScran provides you with access to high quality images, sounds, movies and learning resources. There are over 360,000 images from museums, galleries and archives from throughout Scotland and beyond. All materials are rights cleared for your educational use. Come to the stand and use Scran tools to simply create and share your own worksheets, posters, booklets and much more. New for 2010! Be the first to try our new Contribute service enabling you to add content to Scran in just a few easy clicks!SCRANC20RCAHMS, 16 Bernard Terrace, Edinburgh, EH8 9NX, UKTel: 0131 662 1456Fax: 0131 662 1477Email: SCQF Partnership promotes lifelong learning in Scotland. It supports everyone in Scotland, including learning providers and employers by: . helping people of all ages and circumstances access appropriate education and training so they can meet their full potential; . helping employers, learners and the general public to understand the full range of Scottish qualifications, how qualifications relate to each other and to other forms of learning, and how different types of qualification can contribute to improving the skills of the workforce; and . helping learning providers to adopt flexible forms of provision to meet their client needs.SCQF PARTNERSHIPF5439 St Vincent Place, Glasgow, Scotland G1 2ER, UKTel: 0141 225 2927Fax: 0845 270 7372Email: Scottish SPCA's free prevention through education programme helps pupils identify who we are, how we can help their communities and promotes kindness and respect towards all animals. Our interactive programme ties in with the 'four capacities' of the Curriculum for Excellence. Most notably pupils learn to identify how important it is to look after animals and the environment that animals live in thus enabling them to become 'responsible animal citizens'. Come and see how we can help your class! SCOTTISH SPCAQ24Kingseat Road, Halbeath, Dunfermline KY11 8RY, UKTel: 03000 999 999Email: education@scottishspca.orgWeb: www.scottishspca.orgSQA is the national accreditation and awarding body in Scotland. We work in partnership with schools, colleges, universities and industry to provide high quality, flexible and relevant qualifications and assessments. Our aim is to ensure SQA qualifications are inclusive, accessible to all, that they provide clear progression pathways, facilitate lifelong learning and recognise candidate achievement. As one of the four national partner organisations involved in Curriculum for Excellence we work with partners on all strands of the development. Our principal role is to contribute to work on the new qualifications and assessment.SCOTTISH QUALIFICATIONS AUTHORITYJ30The Optima Building, 58 Robertson Street, Glasgow, G2 8DQ, UKTel: 0303 333 0330Fax: 0845 213 5000Email: work with young people, teachers and educational groups interested in learning about their Parliament. We aim to meet the challenge of engaging young people in the work of the Scottish Parliament. We offer: . Comprehensive teaching resources, supporting A Curriculum for Excellence, for primary and secondary schools. . On-line interactive games and resources for young people. . Free visits and events: . Visit Your Parliament - an opportunity for a class to explore the Parliament at work in the Holyrood building . Your Parliament In Your School - sessions with Parliamentary staff and MSPs in your school Workshops and Seminars . Teachers' CPD events.THE SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT EDUCATION SERVICEL49The Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh, EH99 1SP, UKTel: 0131 348 5401Fax: 0131 348 5601Email: education.service@scottish.parliament.ukWeb: www.scottish.parliament.ukSOEC is a Scottish charity working to support teachers and schools. Our aim is to provide high quality residential outdoor learning opportunities that teachers and pupils can trust and enjoy. SOEC works with 20,000 young people and over 250 schools every year at 4 great Centres across Scotland. SOEC is the leading advocate of intelligent outdoor learning. We achieve this through the design and delivery of outdoor learning programmes that integrate the motivating and challenging activities you expect in outdoor learning (archery, rope walks, zip wires, canoeing etc) with the delivery of clear learning outcomes relating to Curriculum for Excellence. SCOTTISH OUTDOOR EDUCATION CENTRESE52Loaningdale House, Carwood Road, Biggar, ML12 6LX, UKTel: 01899 221115Fax: 01899 220644Email: is an independent, membership driven organisation that represents the food and drink manufacturing industry in Scotland. An important focus of our work is to improve industry's competitiveness. To do this we need to attract the right people and so we want to help young people make connections between what they are learning in school and the many rewarding careers in the food and drink industry. SFDF is helping to establish links between industry and schools to deliver real experiences based on industry needs and that help deliver CfE. Come and see us and find out how to get involved.SCOTTISH FOOD AND DRINK FEDERATIONE484A Torphichen Street, Edinburgh, Scotland EH3 8JQ, UKTel: 0131 229 9415Fax: 0131 229 9407Web: Borders Council will showcase a Curriculum for Excellence Transitions project based in the Eyemouth catchment area. pupils and staff will be on hand to speak about this exciting development.SCOTTISH BORDERS COUNCILLA32Langlee Complex, Marigold Drive, Galashiels, Scotland TD1 2LP, UKTel: 01896 662 185 Scottish Learning Festival 2010 Show GuideEXHIBITOR PROFILESSky Sports Living for Sport is a free initiative that uses sport to inspire 11 - 16 year olds to be the best they can be. By providing free sports kit and an online planning tool, we support teachers to help young people improve their attainment, health, self-esteem, or to encourage them to reach their full potential. We back this up with visits from professional athlete mentors, including Olympians like Darren Campbell, our Ambassador for Sky Sports Living for Sport. It's all free and available to every secondary school in the UK so sign your school up at Sports Living for SportHW24Tel: 01509 226650Email: skysportslivingforsport@youthsporttrust.orgWeb:'s products are designed to offer enticing, inclusive and fun ways to make music that are accessible by children of all ages and abilities. The Skoog - a colourful, squeezy cube, sensitive to the slightest touch yet robust enough to resist strong handling, allows even severely disabled children to play music in an expressive way. For those unable to play orchestral instruments, the Skoog enables them to experience and play realistic sounds for themselves. Suitable for all children including those with MLD, SLD, PMLD, global delay, Down's Syndrome, sensory impairments, physical/medical problems and those with autism.SKOOGMUSICL2327 Albert Street, Edinburgh, Scotland EH75LH, UKTel: 0131 554 2838Email: info@skoogmusic.comSkilled to go is a free web-based toolkit that uses everyday consumer situations as contexts for learning. With embedded literacy and numeracy, the Scottish secondary version is referenced to Curriculum for Excellence, Standard Grade Home economics and Standard Grade Social and vocational skills. The adult education toolkit is designed for literacy, numeracy and ESOL learners at Access 2 and 3 and Intermediate 1 and 2. Content is tailored to Scotland and includes quizzes, games, research tasks, role plays, audio, video and interactive activities along with Teachers' notes - including full consumer information. Download the free resources at to goB3Fleetbank House, 2-6 Salisbury Square, London EC4Y 8JX, UKTel: 020 7211 8846Fax: 020 7211 5838Email: are a dynamic education charity that delivers inspiring programmes that increase the numbers of young people entering education, employment and training on leaving school. Our courses help young people earn vocational qualifications through appropriate and structured classroom and outdoor activities.Our programmes have been cited in Building the Curriculum 4 as an example of best practice. We produce positive outcomes for students, improved results for schools and real benefits for the communities in which we operate. In February 2009 the importance of our work was recognised when His Royal Highness Prince William of Wales became our Royal Patron.SKILL FORCE SCOTLANDA40Edwinstowe House, Edwinstowe, Nottinghamshire NG21 9PR, UKTel: 07827 343227Email: dennis.murphy@skillforce.orgWeb: www.skillforce.orgSight and Sound Technology, formed in 1979 is the leading supplier of equipment and services to the blind, visually impaired & those with learning difficulties in the UK. We are the exclusive distributor of industry leading products such as JAWS, Zoomtext, Kurzweil 1000/3000, KNFB Reader Mobile etc. Sight and Sound Technology offer a-one-stop-shop Multi Sensory proposition: we have over 30 years experience in the use of technology and training to overcome visual impairment challenges. Ours specialist equipment, computer software and training services provide access to information for those with visual impairment and those requiring support for literacy or learning.SIGHT & SOUND TECHNOLOGYK40Welton House North Wing, Summerhouse Road, Moulton Park, Northampton, Northants NN3 6WD, UKTel: 01604 798070Fax: 01604 798090Email:" Bobby is dat excited. He's gaein tae da Burland Croft in Trondra. An he has a secret tae keep fae aabody..." Shetland Islands Council will be displaying "Bobby and da Burland Pearls" an exciting new dialect resource for pre-school. Using a mix of music, live action and puppetry, the performances and the accompanying education pack are designed to be a springboard for all sorts of ideas and activities that link to the Curriculum for Excellence Early Stage learning outcomes. The DVD in the pack helps early years staff in preparing children to sing along with the characters while learning about Shetland dialect and life on the croft.SHETLAND ISLANDS COUNCIL SCHOOLS SERVICELA10Hayfield House, Hayfield Land, Lerwick, Shetland ZE2 9ER, UKTel: 01595 744000Fax: 01595 744010Email: Publishing was established in 1983 by teachers and is now the UK's leading provider of educational software content for primary schools and early years, with titles covering every part of the curriculum. TAG Learning ('TAG') has grown to become the leading independent publisher and value-added supplier of best-of-breed creative educational software tools and peripherals. Both Sherston Publishing and TAG Learning are part of the BLi Education Group. BLi's focus is on providing the most appropriate learning solutions for children, teachers and parents to empower and stimulate creativity.Sherston Publishing/TAG LearningE45Angel House, Sherston, Wiltshire SN16 0LH, UKTel: +44 (0) 1666 843200Fax: +44 (0) 1666 843216Email: info@blieducation.comWeb:'See and Sound' is a unique phonics reading scheme with a wide range of whole language workbooks that has taken Northern Ireland by storm. Designed by SEN and SPLD teachers, 42 individual stories with blue text building a visual link to phonics. Providing guidance for teachers and parents at a very competitive price. These high interest stories with their colourful pictures can be used as a full reading scheme or individually. 'See and Sound' books reinforce all skills necessary to access the code and helps promote confidence and accuracy for readers.SEE AND SOUNDJ64B17 Sullenboy Park, Cookstown, County Tyrone BT80 8HP, UKTel: 07769 575560Email: missmccullough@hotmail.comWeb: