Category Archive: S6 Literacy Project

Equal Everyday Sexism Group – Staff Meeting and Kirsty Logan – 5 & 6 December 2019

Sarah, Jolie & Morven from the S6 Equal Everyday Sexism group delivered a presentation all about their project to the school’s staff at ameeting on Thursday 5 December. There was a survey for staff to complete too. This project & the pupils’ fabulous work are a result of our trip to the Edinburgh Book Festival …

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Everyday Sexism Group with Maxine Jolly, Education Scotland 14 November 2019

The S6 Everyday Sexism group met on Thursday 14 November and  were joined by Maxine Jolly from Education Scotland, who was in school for the day. Maxine told pupils about workshops, links & gave ideas for going forward. It was lovely to welcome Maxine and huge thanks to her for coming along.

Look What is Coming Up in November – 1 November 2019

So many good things ahead in November: @doug_johnstone workshops with AH pupils. #NationalNonFictionNovember for all. @womenslibrary workshop with S6 Everyday Sexism group. @Skaldstavern with S2 pupils. New S1 Information Literacy project on Athena. #BookWeekScotland + All the regular events = Excited!

Good News for the S6 Everyday Sexism Group on 4 October 2019

Jolie and Sarah in the S6 Everday Sexism group shared some news on Friday 4 October. They have heard from @womenslibrary  and it is good news. Smiles all round and onwards and upwards! Meeting soon to chat about ideas.

Application for Funding S6 Pupils 30 September 2019

Monday 30 September was a busy, long day for the S6 group. The pupils have been working hard on a #SLIF School Library Improvement Fund application to @SLIC. The deadline was 5pm and they did it! Now they are the go-tos for National Library Strategy and #HGIOSL How Good is Our School Library? All for …

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S6 project – Meeting 3 September 2019

Check out this inspiring group of young leaders. Our S6 pupils who were at, or have heard about, the Laura Bates @EveryDaySexism session at The Edinburgh Book Festival in August. They now want to create a big learning event in school.  At their meeting on 3 September, the pupils met to brainstorm and to chat …

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