Tag Archives: Civic education

SNP schools propaganda – some more evidence

Well, my post earlier today on the SNP’s insidious School Election Campaign Pack 2016 has certainly provoked a response on Twitter. Most of it has been supportive, which means that nationalists either haven’t noticed it or have and are staying … Continue reading

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SNP launches insidious propaganda aimed at secondary school students

I’m really getting to the stage where I think there is something sinister (‘Giving the impression that something harmful or evil is happening or will happen’ – dictionary) about the SNP and their attitude to children and young people. I’ve written about this before (see list … Continue reading

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‘Get ’em young’ – the SNP’s approach to schoolchildren: a round-up of comments

Well, my post on ‘Get ’em young’ – the SNP’s approach to schoolchildren unleashed a barrage of comments. With one exception (see the original post) it was all on Twitter. So rather than let it disappear into cyberspace I thought I’d … Continue reading

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‘Get ’em young’ – the SNP’s approach to schoolchildren

                                                 Civic education in the new Scotland?                     … Continue reading

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