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

Comic about Callander’s Gaelic heritage, in both English and Gaelic Callander (Calasraid) has a rich Gaelic heritage (dualchas), which can be seen in place-names but also in the stories told by local people. In and around Callander, people still speak of the each-uisge (water horse) living in Loch Venachar, or the tragic death of the […]

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

Heritage Hero Awards from Home

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

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

Mapping History

A Guide to Using Historical Maps Read more about Mapping History

Nursery class at the museum ©Ruth Armstrong Photography

A school Visit to National Museum of Scotland

Book a free school visit to the National Museum of Scotland. Read more about A school Visit to National Museum of Scotland

child completes artefact investigaton sheet

Archaeology Detectives

Explore a site using genuine archaeological skills, both within the classroom and onsite.  Read more about Archaeology Detectives