Summer 1999
 
Contents
Website developments
Newtonhill Roadshow
Inverary Roadshow
FAB Approach
Viewpoint
Network Links

The Scottish Schools Ethos Network website was launched in February. This newsletter carried an official announcement of the launch and details of the award which the site won.

Roadshow Number 2 was held at Newtonhill Primary School in Aberdeenshire on 17th March, 1999. Linda Cruickshank (Acting Headteacher) welcomed delegates. Local views were given by Alehousewells Primary School and visitor's views from St Clement's Primary School. John Murray and Jenny McLeod from Harlaw Academy talked about their school's guidance system.

Roadshow Number 3 was held at Inverary Primary School in Argyll and Bute on 12th March, 1999. Anne Paterson, the Headteacher, welcomed delegates. Pupils and a parent from Achaleven Primary School gave an insight into a total commitment to excellence in a small rural school. Hermitage Academy shared their Friends Against Bullying approach.

FAB Approach - Friends Against Bullying
The newsletter carried extracts from the pamphlet for pupils and the pamphlet for parents. The aims of the FAB Group were explained.

The Viewpoint in this newsletter was offered by John Moar, Headteacher of Firth Primary School, Orkney and was titled 'Thoughts on informal chats with parents'.

Within the Network Links section, there was information on the SSEN and the following organisations: TTS (Technology Teaching Systems), Scottish Environmental Education Council, Education Extra, Scottish School Board Association, Anti-bullying Initiative, Scottish Parent Teacher Council and Grampian Police.