your handy guide to completing a Heritage Hero Award remotely – Covid-19 special edition
We’ve had a few queries regarding our Heritage Hero Awards this week, asking whether classes and family groups can work on the Awards remotely. The answer is yes – the flexibility of the Awards makes them very easy to adapt for home education. You might find the Awards complement something you are already doing or would make a great starting point for a new project. We think it’s important to keep celebrating the successes and achievements of young people in these uncertain times.
We’ve pulled together key details in this new resource: Heritage Hero Awards From Home
A copy of our Handbook with further information can be found on our website alongside some inspiring case studies and the proposal form you’ll need to register your project www.archaeologyscotland.org.uk/Learning/Heritage-Hero-Awards
For further information or a chat about the awards, please contact Becca at firstname.lastname@example.org, we can arrange a telephone or video call if you feel more supported this way.
Posted by: Becca Barclay, Heritage Training Officer, Archaeology Scotland
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