Please see information below regarding the 2019-2020 Tianjin Scholarship. In conjunction with the Tianjin Municipal Education Commission, the Confucius Institute for Scotland’s Schools offers current 6th year pupils the opportunity to apply to spend an academic year learning Mandarin in Tianjin, China. Further information about the scholarship application process and criteria is included in the documents below.
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The Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Group started in style at the weekend. All kitted out for the Pentland Hills, with waterproofs worn head to toe, they did themselves proud by completing their practice expedition in good spirit. Well done Bronze Group! #DeterminedHappySuccessful
Healthy Respect (formally known as the Sexual Health Service) will now be based in 18 Croft Street, Dalkeith (opposite Morrisons Supermarket).
Drop in sessions are now Tuesday 4pm-7.30pm & Friday 1pm-4pm.
The programme, from Skills Development Scotland (SDS), is inspired by award-winning careers information and advice web service My World of Work.
The Ambassadors are Eva Baigrie, Ryan Johnson, Fraser Flynn, Charlotte Ellis-Lawson, Maya Pearson, Michael Orme and Abby Pearson.
Ambassadors volunteer to act as champions for My World of Work, Careers and Employability, helping spread the word of Developing Scotland’s Young Workforce to their friends, fellow pupils, teachers and parents.
Our ambassadors will become in-house experts on My World of Work, helping pupils, parents and teachers get the best out of the resources available to support career decisions and transitions.
They will share with others and gain valuable experience and skills that are transferable to the world of work. This includes working as part of a team, planning and organising, communicating, problem solving and leadership as well as developing career management skills.
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