The resources in this section are to help staff with implementing the experiences and outcomes under Curriculum for Excellence.
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Game On Scotland is the official education programme of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games and its legacy.
Published on 8 May 2013
This briefing explores the ways in which practitioners across sectors are increasing opportunities for children and young people to learn about Scotland as part of the broad general education (BGE) and in the senior phase.
Published on 28 March 2013
A learning and teaching resource, developed in conjunction with Comic Relief, focusing on life in the slum settlements of Nairobi.
Published on 31 January 2013
British Council resource pack for primary schools, prepared in conjunction with the IOE Confucius Institute for Schools, to introduce children to some of the differences and similarities between the lives and culture of people in the UK and China.
Published on 29 January 2013
Match inventions with Scottish inventors, write and listen to your own Rabbie Burns style poem and play other games in the Scotland.org collection of interactives.
Published on 15 January 2013
Information and resources from Scottish Natutral Heritage to help celebrate Scotland's outstanding natural beauty, landscapes, wildlife and biodiversity.
Published on 9 January 2013
Resources, ideas and opportunities to help you make the most of the legacy from London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Published on 28 November 2012
International Education Week (IEW) is run by the British Council and is an opportunity for schools to take part in a week of celebrations to mark the importance of international education in the UK.
Published on 13 November 2012
A report on the 2011 initiative which aimed to raise awareness of Scotland's Commissioner for Children and Young People (SCCYP) and to provide children with an opportunity to express opinions on the things that matter to them.
Published on 29 October 2012
Dharma Day is one of the most important dates in the Buddhist calendar as it marks the day the religion was established.
Published on 25 October 2012