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Trades House Lecture 2019

On 25th June The Trades House Lecture 2019 took place in Glasgow Caledonian

University, with Dr Douglas Dawson of Liberty House Group giving a fantastic talk on green steel, green aluminium and the exciting potential for this manufacturing process in Scotland and the UK.

Over 90 people attended, including the University's Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor, members of the House, industry representatives and students.

Determined to Make Movies 2019

The winner of Determined to Make Movies 2019 was Castleton Primary School (who went on to win Glasgow’s Improvement Challenge Fund Film Festival). This is the third year that Trades House has sponsored this project, run by Glasgow City Council's Education Department, which encourages children from an early age to think about careers in the growing film industry in Scotland.

The winning 5 minute documentary was shown at the awards presentation at Glasgow Film Theatre, and features the pupils of Castletown Primary making their argument for a supermarket to be located in Castlemilk to save local residents the cost of bus fares and provide better access to healthy foods.

 

The BBC reported on the school's success in this article.

STV Report on Craftex

We were delighted to have a reporter from STV visit Craftex, interviewing some of the winning students and the DC. Well worth a look!

Watch STV report here.

Citizenship Competition 2019

The Citizenship Awards were presented at a fantastic evening ceremony at Trades

Hall on Wednesday 12 June. This yearly competition is open to all schools (pre-5, primary, secondary and special needs) in the Glasgow area.

The Citizenship Awards aims to recognise the excellent work being undertaken by schools in, for and with their communities.

Trades Hall plays host as star apprentice line-up takes a bow

More great coverage in the Evening Times, this time about focusing on the Glasgow Modern Apprentice Awards 2019.

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The economic impact of the Trades House of Glasgow, identifying both the contribution to the Scottish economy as well as its support to the most deprived areas of Glasgow.

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