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Image shows Sunday school teachers at their annual picnic, c.1920, National Records of Scotland reference: CH3/723/34/269/2The National Records of Scotland aims to support learning and teaching within Curriculum for Excellence and National Qualifications. Our resources can support the teaching of Scottish history and social studies, act as an inspiration for expressive arts, and provide opportunities for cross-curricular learning. We provide access to our unique holdings and to our specialist expertise through workshops, web conferencing sessions and online resources.

Professional Learning Development

We can offer training sessions for teachers and student teachers on how to use archives in learning and teaching. This training can be delivered in General Register House or through twilight Glow Meet sessions. Education staff can also be booked to deliver training in school during in-service days.

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Heritage Education Forum

The National Records of Scotland is a member of the Heritage Education Forum. HEF comprises representatives from national cultural organisations in Scotland who work together to promote and support heritage learning and Curriculum for Excellence. We are based in museums, galleries, libraries and archives, in historic monuments, buildings and archaeological sites and in the countryside. There is plenty of scope to discover new experiences inside and outside the classroom.

Find out more about the Heritage Education Forum.



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