E- Prospectus - Developing successful learners - award winners - Developing confidential individuals.
A very short video highlighting Stirling's Armed Forces Day 2012.
ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) class using fun and innovative evaluation activitiy
Integrated English and dementia training delivered to migrant workers in the care sector in the Stirling area
In Stirling we love our dogs. But we don't love their poo, especially when it gets on our shoes or pram and bike wheels. So we want you to Bag It and Bin It -- and keep Stirling safe.
Bag your doggie's do-dos and you can...
Healthy eating at Stirling's schools
Climate change. Waste slowly rots producing methane gas. Scottish councils have been set limits to reduce household waste. Please help to protect the environment for future generations.
Things you should know about the contents of your grey bin.
The content of the grey bin goes straight to the Landfill site. Help the environment and please use the correct bin for the proper waste.
Households in Stirling...
We now have a weekly collection for food waste. Find out more about when you will recieve a caddy, what you can and cannot put in your food waste caddy and more..
What to put in your blue recycling box. Paper, glass and cans.
Plastic bottles but not plastic packaging or containers. Textile and clothing in a separate bag withing the box. Not broken glass, crockery or paint pots.
What goes into your brown bin?
Cardboard and compostable garden waste.
Other things that can go into your brown bin are flowers, plants, gaden waste, your yellow pages and more....
Why is it so important to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle? Its all about Climate Change. Our waste produces methane gas one of the most significant manmade Global Warming Gasses.
Local authority in Stirling, Scotland.