International Women’s Day first became an annual event in the beginning of the 20th Century. Originally tied to political rallies, it is now a day of focus on women, a day to discuss equality and a day to celebrate how far we have come. For International Women’s Day this year Rosemount Lifelong Learning has producedContinue reading “International Women’s Day at Rosemount”
For International Women’s Day on Tuesday 8th March Rosemount celebrated the publication of a new magazine with information for women in North East Glasgow. Pick up a printed copy from us at 102 Royston Road, Glasgow G21 2NU or read the electronic copy here.
Getting back into learning as an adult doesn’t have to be an uncomfortable experience. A lot of people have bad memories of school and have, unfortunately, finished school thinking that was the only way to learn. “Learning isn’t for me” should never be something you think because of past experiences. Learning is for everyone –Continue reading “Tips for getting into adult learning”
It was with great sadness we learned that one of our regular users David Robertson passed away two weeks ago. David took part in different courses at Rosemount and was very passionate about photography. He was a genuine, lovely guy who always loved to share his stories about how his life was shaping out fromContinue reading “Remembering David Robertson”
Finding out you are having a baby does not just mean an extra addition to your family. It doesn’t matter whether you are a young parent or not: a child means a complete change of your everyday life, priorities and finances. However, having a new baby does not have to mean spending every penny youContinue reading “10 ways to save money as a new parent”
Friday 13th November was the day of the Children in Need appeal show and of course, we joined the nation-wide pyjamas party at Rosemount Lifelong Learning!
From Asmara to Glasgow – two cities thousands of miles apart and two cities that seem like completely different worlds to one another. This was the story that the young Eritreans told the audience at Rosemount and North Glasgow Integration Network’s evening of Eritrean culture, politics and history.
On 8th October Rosemount Lifelong Learning hosted an Employability Consultation Event for the Scottish Government. Annabelle Ewing MSP, Minister for Youth and Women’s Employment, welcomed the consultation and joined the discussion.
5 kilometres through a grey but dry Bellahouston Park on a Saturday morning in October. That is what 27 staff members from Rosemount Lifelong Learning, friends and family got up to for the Big Fun Run on the 10th October. At 11am everyone was ready in Rosemount t-shirts, tutus, umbrella hats, fairy wings and sparkly glassesContinue reading “Rosemount at the Big Fun Run”