The latest issue of the MLG Education newsletter includes poppy unveilings, the opening of a remembrance and mindful garden, resources and information for parents, carers and organisations, and much more!
In the February 2024 issue: An update on Professional Learning Community (PLC) Meetings; School of the Month, a closer look at Hermitage Primary; Forces & Me Clubs and contact details for Forces Families in Argyll & Bute.
This year’s Safer Internet Day will focus on the theme ‘Inspiring change? Making a difference, managing influence and navigating change online’.
Applications open! Thousands of Veterans can now verify their status to access support and mark their time in the Armed Forces
UNCRC has received Royal Assent and has now been incorporated into Scots Law
New Veteran ID cards are set to be rolled out, ensuring Veterans can verify their status to access support and show recognition of service.
A High School in Midlothian has revealed plans for a new project called the Peace Field Project (PFP), highlighting the importance of an inclusive community
This festive season we extend warm wishes to Armed Forces families across Scotland and the world. While not all families can be together this Christmas, we wish them comfort and connection, even from afar. In 2024, Forces Children’s Education will continue to provide valuable resources for families to support children and young people. These resources… View Article
In their latest newsletter, the Argyll & Bute team focus on recent visits from Never Such Innocence, an education charity aiming to give children a voice on conflict.
A booklet has been released by the Argyll & Bute Education Service, with more than 40 pages of information for families of Serving Personnel and Veterans in the area.