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‘The French department is simply fantastic’: French and History at Stirling

Time, once again, for one of our profiles of current students, this time from Emily Ronald who will be starting her second year with us in the Autumn and has taken the time to look back over the past year and the shift from school to University: 297 more words

University Of Stirling

A tad too demonstrative and open at times

In many of the posts I write, I try to acknowledge that some characteristics of people with bipolar disorder (or other mental illnesses) are not totally absent in those without such diagnoses. 971 more words

Mental Health

French at Stirling Event for Secondary Pupils and Teachers

There’ll be much more to follow about this very soon but we’re excited to be organising two day-long events for Secondary 5 and 6 Higher and Advanced Higher school pupils on campus at Stirling on 13 and 14 June, with financial support from our… 170 more words

University Of Stirling

Transcript for Lesson 6

Hello reader,

Here is the transcript for Lesson 6! (covers days of week, time, grammar: a person)

Click on link RSS_Spoken Sanskrit_Lesson 6 for PDF.

Sanskrit Lessons: Transcripts Of RSS Videos

Biography of Jamie Oliver

Jamie wanted to ‘give something back’ to the catering industry, so he opened a training restaurant in 2001 for young people who were not in full-time education or employment. 442 more words


Harold Rosen: an inspiration for teachers today

announcing an inspiring new book
Harold Rosen: Writings on life, language and learning 1958-2008

Harold Rosen was one of the great reformers of English teaching. His work has just been republished, providing a challenge to the deadening practices of the National Curriculum – its obsession with grammatical terms, its neglect of modern texts, children writing to formula to get through tests, and the constant threat of failure. 686 more words