Archaeology in Schools: an online CPD event

This online CPD event was held on 21 April 2021 and looked at some of the many ways in which educators can use archaeology as inspiration for interdisciplinary learning projects with children and young people.

Cup and Rings in the Classroom

A fascinating blog post from Glasgow University’s Dr Kenny Brophy packed with practical activity ideas to help you explore Scotland’s prehistoric rock art with your young learners.

Whiteadder: Historic Heart of the Lammermuirs

Discover archaeological sites of different time periods from across the Whiteadder Project study area, and ideas for how to use these sites as a springboard for learning.

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Bringing History to Life Through Creative Teaching

Tips for bringing history alive in primary classes and why history matters.

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Elgin Museum – resources from home

activities, videos and quizzes available while the museum is currently closed.

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Calasraid: Àite nan Sgeulachdan / Callander: Place of the Stories (home education)

Comic about Callander’s Gaelic heritage, in both English and Gaelic

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Dendrochronology – Forestry and Land Scotland

Explore the science of tree ring dating from home.

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Calasraid: Àite nan Sgeulachdan / Callander: Place of the Stories

Comic about Callander’s Gaelic heritage, in both English and Gaelic Read more about Calasraid: Àite nan Sgeulachdan / Callander: Place of the Stories