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  • 1. Australia Visit (nb Arrive Sunday 16th November 12 noon, Glasgow Airport)Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday17 18 19 20 21 22 R&R Welcome S4-S6 Assembly Ebony at Lincoln’s 16th Winter Fair Concert B’day Orientation Intro to Glasgow day Meet S5 Year Tutors S5 Parents’ Night24 25 26 27 28 29Colours of the Glasgow City Meet the Primary S5 Pastoral Ebony in Ebony in ItalyClyde Chambers School Assembly Italy St Andrew’s Day Concert, GlasgowConcert1 2 3 4 5 6Ebony in Visit to Stirling Visit to St Cinderella? Rugby/HockeyLondon and George’s, and Bannockburn tour of (King’s) At AuldhouseS3/S4 Ceilidh Edinburgh8 9 10 11 12 13Geography Visit by St P7 Dance Carol Service Ebony in Ebony in LondonField Trip to George’s LondonGlasgow international exchange Non Uniform group day15 16 17 18S1 Dance Meal at Leo’s, 7pm DepartThe event will feature films or parts of films from all round the world made by young people (no more than 19years old) on people / places / subjects that in some way relate to the United Nations "Three Pillars of Freedom"- freedom from want, freedom from fear and freedom to live in dignityThe format of the morning session is likely to bear some resemblance to New Shoots in terms of grouping youngpeople round tables to view and discuss the material. It is hoped that a number of the filmmakers will be presentto talk about their work. And in the afternoon, it is hoped that Rageh Omar (or someone with similar standing)will join us to talk about the experience of making films on important issues that can seek to raise awareness orpromote change. There will be representatives of Charities and NGOs present, too, to hear from young peopleabout how they would approach making films for this purpose, and it may be that some kind of commissioningwill follow!