Scotland's Urban Past supports projects which help people investigate, record, engage with and celebrate the heritage of our towns and cities.You can contact SUP staff about events, exhibitions and training opportunities, essential resources and continued project support, and browse other current and past projects including those involving schools.
Explore the wonderful world right under our feet! This series of soil-based activities is designed to add value across Curriculum for Excellence, from Early to Fourth activity levels. Tables summarise the activities and the relevant CfE areas.
A free book about play for P3, P4 and P5s by Tim Archbold created for the Scottish Government. The result is a fun, and colourful journey through the world of play, available in English and Gaelic. It includes outdoor encounters with streets, trees, people and other suprises. Great for sharing…
This 2015 Young Scot report presents key findings to better understand how young people can be encouraged to make low carbon choices. This may be of interest to those seeking to engage with young people on issues related to the low carbon agenda and increase youth participation.
A research report (January 2016) released by The Scottish Campaign for National Parks and the Association for the Protection of Rural Scotland discussing the economic and tourism benefits of designating more National Parks in Scotland’s rural and fragile communities