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28th February 2014 at 00:00

Today we have SEVEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY primary education students from Strathclyde out in your schools and nurseries. Thank you. #StrathBEd


A grown man told me last month he thought drama was "being a tree and thinking about how the tree felt". HELP MA BOAB! pic.twitter.comIYxGs1FayD


"Most teens are not compelled by gadgetry as such - they are compelled by friendship." @zephoria's new book


#asl2014 opening with reminder of need to involve children in decisions and work with those who know them best, their families @Includem2000


Dr Mike Gibson talks of the "culture change" necessary in order to achieve meaningful joint working between education, health and SW (social work). #asl2014


#spleadership More than 200 secondary management teams ready to discuss and debate how we get the best for young people #bestplacetogrowup


#spleadership Graeme Logan: young people should leave school with better mix of qualifications, awards and experiences than ever before.


Into town or online? Your child is still going somewhere. Please RT this (anti-bullying) campaign video. ow.lytv0ki


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