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Welcome to this December 2015 e-news bulletin. Please feel free to forward this e-news bulletin to colleagues that you think would be interested in any of the items below. If you have any comments or suggestions on this bulletin or indeed any special requests for special software offers, please email them to SS4E.

It only leaves us to say, we wish you a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!


  • Prowise are unveiling their brand new board at their event on 4th December to a specially selected audience from across Scotland with a view to introducing their products to Scottish education. For more information please click here
  • The Customer Services phone number at Education Scotland has been changed. Please note the new phone number is now 0131 244 3300. This number should be used for general enquiries.
  • BrainPOP UK have published their first research paper (with MiranaNet) on the impact of visual literacy on learning
  • The winning school of the Your Scotland competition - a STEM focused competition asking children to investigate challenges that their local community faces and how they would solve them was - 3R Class, Rosebank Primary School, Dundee
  • The first UK pilot of a 3D printer by an Early Years and Primary School is taking place at Dens Road Primary School, Dundee. You can follow their experience in their twitter feed @densroadps

New to the SS4E Website - this month's Showcase is the new licensing scheme through Education Scotland for SMART Notebook software. This is the most cost effective way to upgrade your SMART Notebook software

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