Learn at Home with Historic Environment Scotland

Enjoy learning, play and creativity inspired by Scotland’s heritage – all from your own home! #LearningWithHES Read more about Learn at Home with Historic Environment Scotland

Edinburgh World Heritage Resources for primary schools

The Old and New Towns of Edinburgh World Heritage Site offers a unique teaching resource with many cross-curricular opportunities. Their website provides information, guidance and resources to help you get the most out of the city’s heritage.

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Heritage Hero Awards from Home

your handy guide to completing a Heritage Hero Award remotely – Covid-19 special edition

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Archaeology Scotland’s sources for Advanced Higher History

Steffani Broadfoot volunteers for Archaeology Scotland while being on a gap year from university.  She became involved with Archaeology Scotland in high school. Here, Steffani talks us through Archaeology Scotland’s resources, which she used as primary evidence for her Advanced Higher History qualification. Her field was ‘Northern Britain: From the Iron Age to 1034’, one […]

Experimental Archaeology: Learning about Craft and Technology in the Past

A suite of learning resources for a range of objects and technologies spanning from Mesolithic to modern times Read more about Experimental Archaeology: Learning about Craft and Technology in the Past

Mapping History (c) National Library of Scotland and Archaeology Scotland

Mapping History

A Guide to Using Historical Maps Read more about Mapping History

Creating 3D Models: A Quick Guide

Learn how to make your own digital 3D models using photogrammetry using this quick guide. Read more about Creating 3D Models: A Quick Guide