Subjects in Brief

30th March 2012 at 01:00

Rubbish clothes

Art and environment

Stirling High has held its fourth annual Trash Fashion Show, created to promote recycling and pupils' creativity. The format varies every year but always involves innovative designs based on recycled materials. This year, Higher art pupils involved the fashion and design department in an interdisciplinary project.

Twig for victory

Science

Glasgow-based Twig Science won "Best Secondary Resource Involving ICT" in the Education Resource Awards 2012, run by the British Educational Suppliers Association. Twig Science has made more than 600 three-minute films on science subjects. It won the BETT award for secondary digital content in January.

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