Family

Loving The Library

Loving The Library

Boost the brain power in your little ones, by incorporating family reading into your daily routine. With National Children’s Book Week approaching, this provides an ideal opportunity for your children to develop several important skills, regardless of their age.

Reading Together

Reading Together

Encourage your children to get lost in the world of reading. Whether it's non-fiction books they love; lapping up facts about dinosaurs, or even classics such as The Railway Children, engage with them and let their creativity soar.

Science and Sport

Science and Sport

We often regard sport and academic endeavour as separate things. Hamilton, Murray, Froome and Bale may grab headlines, but there’s an army of coaches, engineers, nutritionists, logisticians, researchers and analysts making their success happen. It’s time to think again about the role of science in sport.

Memories from the Highlands

Memories from the Highlands

When I was a wee girl, we had a real Christmas tree with real candles! On Christmas Eve the candles were lit and I would stand and gaze at it in total wonder. It was magical to me and I have never forgotten it, or the feeling I had looking at it.

Memories from the East-End

Memories from the East-End

We never had candles, they were too dangerous. We had some very old traditional baubles - they were made of very thin blown glass. They were beautiful. I think they were one of the few things that my parents salvaged from the posh, end-of-terrace 'ouse they had in Brecknock Road.

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