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Young Human Rights Reporter Competition (Amnesty International)

Competition information from the Amnesty Website Articles can be about any human rights issue the reporter feels passionately about. We’re looking for interesting, well-written articles that show what the student thinks about the issue. Articles can be up to 500 … Continue reading

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Calling all Goslings!

From Heather Collins, Children’s Programme Coordinator, Scottish Book Trust I’m hoping you can help me! I am looking for secondary school book groups and library volunteers to write blog entries for the Teens & Young People blog. We want to … Continue reading

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My favourite place

Scottish Book Trust and BBC Scotland are asking you to write about your favourite place in Scotland. From the Scottish Book Trust website Write a story, poem, song, letter, diary entry or sketch about the place in Scotland you love most … Continue reading

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Cathy MacPhail

The S3 and S4 pupils of Mrs Millar that were lucky enough to participate in the Catalyst Awards 2011 have had all their efforts rewarded with a visit from shortlisted author Cathy MacPhail. The visit was the prize for a … Continue reading

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A real author!

Well, we’ve seen our group being happy, thoughtful, mischievous, talkative, excited, very excited and extremely excited, but never before have they been struck dumb! The cause of this malady was the lovely Keren David, who came to talk to us … Continue reading

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