Subjects in Brief

16th December 2011 at 00:00

Basic rules


Check out the Education Scotland website for details of reference books ideal for helping primary teachers brush up on the basic rules of the modern language they teach. Separate reference grammars cover French, German, Spanish and Italian and there are links to Channel 4 resources, Chez Mimi and Hennings Haus.

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Author visit


Scottish award-winning children's author Barry Hutchison visited Sunnyside Primary in Alloa last week to give pupils advice on creative writing, sign copies of his books and read from his latest novel. The invitation was issued because one of the P7 classes had been enthralled by the first two books in the author's Invisible Fiends horror series.

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