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  1. 5 giorni fa · Holyrood Secondary School • Glasgow City. 2,269. 0.44%. 39%. 43%. 96th. Dunfermline High School • Fife. 1,450. 0.09%. 40%. 43%. 97th. Tarbert Academy • Argyll & Bute. 120. 0.01%. 54%. 43% ...

  2. 1 giorno fa · Compulsory lessons on climate change should be taught in all Scotland's primary and secondary schools, according to a report published today for a Holyrood body. The call for new classes was the ...

  3. 1 giorno fa · Tuesday, 9 April, KO 14:30 (Local) House of Football Stadium, Tirana. Scotland Women's Under-19s capped off a dominant week in Albania with 3-0 win over their hosts as they sealed a promotion to League A in style. Michael McArdle's side began their Round Two campaign with an eye-catching 10-0 victory over Liechenstein.

  4. 1 giorno fa · 2024-04-11 - By Michael Blackley Scottish Political Editor. CLIMATE change should become a compulsory subject for pupils in primary and secondary school, according to a Scottish parliament ‘people’s panel’. The panel, set up by Holyrood’s net zero committee with the aim of representi­ng the views of the public, condemned the Scottish ...

  5. 1 giorno fa · Knightswood Secondary School; Eastbank Academy; St Roch’s Secondary; Holyrood Secondary; St Margaret Mary’s; Rosshall Academy; Bannerman High School; Notre Dame; Name of Activity/Project: Shipwrecked Skills Day. Name of Employer: BIMA Scotland, Daydream Believers and City of Glasgow College. Industry Sector: Creative Industries/Digital

  6. 1 giorno fa · Compulsory lessons on climate change should be taught in all Scotland’s primary and secondary schools, according to a report published today for a Holyrood body. Read More ← ‘Climate change should be a compulsory school subject’ on 10/04/2024 at 11:06 pm The Herald | Environment → Our cartoonist Steven Camley’s take on climate lessons on 11/04/2024 at 5:00 am The Herald | Environment

  7. 2 giorni fa · 10 April 2024 3 minutes read. Just days after being commended by Scotland's Parliament, Stornoway's Shed Project was visited by First Minister Humza Yousaf, who saw for himself the impact it is making on the island community. First Minister Humza Yousaf with (from left) Na h-Eileanan an Iar MSP Dr Alasdair Allan, The Shed Trustee Claire Smith ...