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  • My thoughts on Screen Lab with Adrian Mead

    As an aspiring screenwriter I have previously participated in screenwriting courses, but although I’ve enjoyed them and found them informative, they did not match up to Scottish Book Trust’s Screen Lab with Adrian Mead (pictured). It’s a bit like comparing the British 60 minute makeover program...

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  • Tracy meets Dolly Parton

    Dolly Parton loves stories. She tells stories through her songs, but is also quite passionate that young children are able to create a home library. Dolly started the Imagination Library in 1995 with exactly that goal – to get young people reading. Scottish Book Trust gifts books to all babies,...

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    Creative Approaches to the Higher Still Writing Folio

    Islay High School teacher Zoe Haining describes a wonderful idea which can be applied at all stages of the curriculum to stimulate creativity and a spirit of exploration in imaginative writing. Islay High uses an alternative curriculum which has replaced Standard Grade with Access 3/Intermediate 1...

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  • New term, shiny new things

    Scottish Book Trust has spent the summer amassing a wealth of new resources to help teachers, librarians and other learning professionals. In the coming weeks, we’ll be posting a series of blogs letting you know about new content. In the first of these below, you can find out more about what we’re...

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  • The importance of playing for babies' development

    Can you remember the days when children’s toys were simple? Children used to spend their day playing with wooden blocks, Lego, dress up clothes, plastic tubs filled with rice and lentils, dolls, puppets, books, toy cars. I remember these toys. I loved these toys. Children’s toys have come a long...

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  • How Keeping the Beat Helps Children Become Better Readers

    Discover how music can make your child a better reader

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