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Girls measure height of school chimney as part of trigonometry lesson. School Sports Day, a boy plots results on chaled graph. (clip) 
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Title: LEARNING FOR LIVING
Reference number: 0416
Director: d. W. J. Maclean
Sponsor: Scottish Education Department
Production company: Campbell Harper Films Ltd.
Running time: 40.00 mins
A survey of educational facilities at a junior secondary school in Scotland.
See also shorter version entitled SCOTS OF TOMORROW ref. 0007 .
Sequence Reel 1 - (3.30) - (5.08) teacher is Robert F Mackenzie, later controversial head of Summerhill Academy, Aberdeen. Reel 2 - Prefect meeting (4.24) - shot in Powis Academy, Aberdeen.
Paper Archive 1/6/29 File containing correspondence, script etc
cam. Gordon MacKay
comm. Tom Fleming
ed. W.J. Maclean
Credits (.44); Children arrive at school. Morning assembly (3.30); Newspapers are studied in English class (5.08); Pupils collect news for their own newspaper and write it in class (6.36); Pupils visit church, possibly Corstorphine, Edinburgh, as part of local history project (8.28); Boys engaged in "chain and tape" survey of school playground (9.53); Algebra class (10.17)
No credits. Girls measure height of school chimney as part of trigonometry lesson. Models and examples used in maths class (1.42); Girls at work in homecraft department (3.27); Fourth year project on the home (4.24); A prefects' meeting (7.12); Prefects carry out various duties. Meeting at a different school (8.26); Puppet theatre as school project. Pupils make puppets and stage (10.15)
No credits. Boys at work in technical department (1.51); Pupils carry out experiment in science department and take meteorological measurements. Pupils' model of local gas works (5.20); Glasgow pupils have a science lesson in a local park. Specimens are collected in classroom. Rural children study agriculturally-based sciences (8.11); Boys in school near the sea are taught seamanship (9.56)
No credits. Art class in city school. Painting and sculpture (3.09); Embroidered panel made by girl pupils. Girls in art class making school decorations (5.14); Hobbies class (6.30); Summer trek organised by school near Edinburgh. Shots of Stirling Castle, hostel on Loch Lomondside (7.46); Conclusion and montage of various scenes from film (9.17); End (9.26)
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