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On 13th October 2016, the Scottish Prison Service celebrated the International Day of Prison Education with a series of learning activities at HMP Barlinnie. The Young Academy’s Working Group “Arts, Humanities & Society” sponsored Glasgow-based “Street Cones” to deliver a morning workshop for some of the men at HMP Barlinnie, culminating in a performance later in the day in front of an audience of peers, staff and representatives of partner organisations.

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#AspirationalAdvice Competition gives Scotland's students chance to win book vouchers

Over the past two years the Young Academy of Scotland and partner organisations across Scotland have been running the #AspirationalAdvice campaign on social media.

This campaign asks twitter and Facebook users to share with young people the best piece of advice they got when they were younger or the piece of advice they wish they had received. 

This growing bank of advice has helped many to aim high, dream big, lift their aspirations and achieve their hopes and goals. All of the advice has then been photographed and the images shared on Twitter and Facebook using the hashtag: #AspirationalAdvice.

The campaign has had contributions from various people from media figures, politicians, academics, sports stars and many different professionals and people living in Scotland and beyond.

Now, as this campaign reaches its final weeks for 2016, the Young Academy will be offering schools the opportunity to choose their favourite pieces of advice and have a chance to win book vouchers provided by the Young Academy of Scotland Excellence in Education Working Group.

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Events take place amid worries for future of computer science in Scotland’s schools and universities

Lego robots from across Scotland are limbering up to face an epic series of daunting and exhilarating challenges.

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