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My name is not Refugee

The acclaimed picture book My name is not Refugee was written by Kate Milner.

The book follows a little boy and his mother on a journey from their home in an unnamed country at war, to a safe place far away.

The book deals with the uncertainty, the anxiety, the loss of the bond between parent and child.

On many pages there are questions directly to the reader that encourage sympathy and reflection – what would you do if this happened to you?
 

Illustration: Mother and child

HISTORY – ERA OF THE GREAT WAR 1900–1928

Course Book – National 4 and 5

Era of the Great War

This book is for the National History 4 & 5 courses that have been assessed since 2018. Students should study three main sections in National History 4 & 5, which include a wide range of topics (five in the first two, ten in the third one). The series covers two topics in each category.
Here are the six titles in the series:
◗ National Level 4 & 5 History: Era of the Great War 1900–1928
◗ National Level 4 & 5 History: The Atlantic Slave Trade 1770–1807
◗ National Level 4 & 5 History: Free at last? Civil Rights in USA 1918–1968
Each book contains detailed information on the four essential sections of content for National 5, as well as guidance and practice on writing specific work, and assessment processes.

Music Posters

A collection of 33 music posters has been released in PDF format for second and third level students.

Additionally, in collaboration with teachers, 5 of these posters have been printed and are being distributed to schools.

Stay alert for their arrival, as they will be reaching you soon!

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30 Days of Mindfulness

A diary to encourage open-mindedness and positive thinking.

With this booklet you keep your mind on the positives in your life. Whether they are small or large, they are all important. It’s a way of thinking about and holding on to the good things in your life.

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The Coronation

King Charles and Queen Camilla
Coronation Emblem English

King Charles III will be crowned on Saturday, 6 May 2023, in Westminster Abbey in London. The service will start at 11 in the morning.

At the ceremony, the King will be crowned and Camilla, the Queen Consort, will be crowned Queen.

Other Stòrlann Websites

Gaelic in the home and early years settings in a functional yet fun way

Gàidhlig nan Òg

Gaelic in the home and early years settings in a functional yet fun way
An exciting collection of resources for teachers in primary school GME

Lasadh

An exciting collection of resources for teachers in primary school GME
A comprehensive course for Gaelic learners in high school (with audio)

Ceumannan

A comprehensive course for Gaelic learners in high school (with audio)
The website for parents and children interested and involved in Gaelic Education

Gaelic4Parents

The website for parents and children interested and involved in Gaelic Education

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Once the materials have been uploaded, Stòrlann will evaluate them, tidy up the quality and grammar, and translate if necessary.