Subjects in Brief

4th March 2011 at 00:00

Animal magic


Illustrator and eco-schools co-ordinator Elizabeth Gunby is making a film with schools in Dumfries and Galloway based on Tiddles the Tiger and his friends in Fluffville, her inventions to help children understand climate change. Secondary pupils and those with additional support needs, are making puppets and mini-films with energy-saving messages.

On show


The Scottish Qualifications Authority has launched an exhibition of crafts, including work by Intermediate 12 practical craft skills or Standard grade craft and design students.

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