News and events
Look out here for news of new resources, opportunities for school trips, competitions, events and other information. The information on our website is continuing to evolve. Do contact us and let us know your feedback.
We have linked up with the Evening Times to offer two young people the chance to win a fantastic prize for their class that celebrates the redevelopment of the River Clyde and the great attractions on offer along the waterfront.
We've added a new opportunity to the website in conjunction with Safer Glasgow. The new course outline is designed to take pupils out on the river aboard a round-the-world yacht to learn some applied physics, as well as plenty of other cross curricular themes.
S2 and S3 students at Craigholme School have been using Clyde Waterfront ideas and resources to support their learning.
First year pupils at Glasgow’s Holyrood Secondary School were recently set the challenge of creating advertising materials and a new jingle to promote educational boat trips on the River Clyde.
We are delighted to report on an education initiative that is taking the River Clyde right into the classroom. Not to be confusted with our own Classroom on the Clyde project, this long-running programme is all about "Clyde in the Classroom."
The latest addition to our curriculum resources is ideal for combining with a visit to the Titan Crane and John Brown's shipyard in Clydebank.
The launch of the Clyde Waterfront Education website took place on Monday 16th June at the new BBC Scotland headquarters at Pacific Quay on the Clyde with an event for educationalists, business people and developers.
A poster competition was held in the summer of 2007 with winning entries used to illustrate the Clyde Waterfront Education publicity material.