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19th July 2013 at 01:00


- Educational leaders need to be more engaged with leadership issues in areas like health amp; social services, as we are a network #belmas2013


- Inspiring head Alison Peacock speaking at #belmas2013: the importance of 'living the vision of trust, developing a listening school ...'


- #belmas2013 Constant change: can an education system work as an organised anarchy?


- Over 65,000 views and still going strong! awesome anti-bullying video from Forfar Academy - bit.lyABvnIW

@Holyrood Paris

- 9 million chickens reared for consumption in Scotland (NFUS 2009), and not one is served to school kids in East Lothian, Midlothian, Dundee or Highland.


- Fun Fact - pirates believed that piercing the ears with such precious metals as silver and gold improved one's eyesight.

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