Welcome back – Aberdeen Art Gallery CPD sessions

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Aberdeen Art Gallery re-opens to the public on Saturday 2 November following its landmark redevelopment. The Learning team is excited to share this fantastic cultural venue with all our learning colleagues. With 21 galleries, a purpose-built Learning Space, Seminar Room, digital and other hands-on interactives for all ages, more artworks and objects on display than […]

Ferryhill School – The UK’s First RRSA Accredited Gold Award School

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On 1st February 2018, Ferryhill School were visited by UNICEF Rights Respecting Schools Award assessors. I am delighted to be able to share that Ferryhill were successfully accredited under the new UNICEF RRSA award scheme standards and they became the first school in the UK to successfully achieve Gold using the new outcome strands. Assessors noted […]

Mini Symposium with Internationally Renowned Speaker Paul Collard.

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When    Wed 7th February 16:00 – 18:00 Where   New Kings, Lecture Theatre NK1, University of Aberdeen Book your place now Internationally renowned speaker Paul Collard, Chief Executive of Creativity Culture and Education, the International Foundation f…

Summer 2017 Making Skills Work publication

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Welcome to the summer 2017 Making Skills Work publication from Skills Development Scotland, this edition provides a breakdown of our delivery in your area during 2016 – 2017. We think that you will find it to be very interesting and please feel free to distribute across your network. [gview file=”https://www.abernet.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/0424_Making-Skills-Work-2017_Aberdeen-City.pdf”] [gview file=”https://www.abernet.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Local-Authority-Booklet-Aberdeen-City.pdf”]    

Creative Consultation About How to Make Aberdeen City Centre More Child Friendly

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Yesterday saw primary aged pupils from the Harlaw and Aberdeen Grammar ASGs coming together to participate in a consultation event which sought the views of children and young people on how to make Aberdeen city centre more child-friendly. Pupils from Harlaw Academy and Aberdeen Grammar School facilitated creative consultations with around 120 primary aged pupils […]

Global Goals Sculpture Trail at Hazlehead Park

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Hazlehead Primary has been working on an art project about the Global Goals for Sustainable Development.  They have created a sculpture trail which will be in Hazlehead Park for the month of May.  Each sculpture represents one of the Global Goals and they want to educate the community about the goals and what we can […]