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

Heritage Hero Awards

Archaeology Scotland’s free award scheme offer a framework, a focus and a reward for groups undertaking heritage focused projects. Read more about Heritage Hero Awards

Combine your Heritage Hero Award with one of Youth Scotland’s youth awards

Looking for added value for your group? Want to add formal recognition and accreditation to your Heritage Hero Award? Considering multiple award recognition? Read more about Combine your Heritage Hero Award with one of Youth Scotland’s youth awards

timeline (c) Archaeology Scotland

Timeline

Print off this handy Archaeology Scotland timeline from the Mesolithic c. 7000 BC to the modern day: Timeline (c) Archaeology Scotland    

Sir Edwin Landseer, The Monarch of the Glen, 1851. Purchased by the National Galleries of Scotland as a part gift from Diageo Scotland Ltd, with contributions from the Heritage Lottery Fund, Dunard Fund, the Art Fund, the William Jacob Bequest, the Tam O’ Shanter Trust, the Turtleton Trust, and the K. T. Wiedemann Foundation, Inc. and through public appeal 2017.

Scottish identity: who decides who we are? 

This resource provides a range of activities, questions and images to help groups of all ages explore Scottish identity

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