Click here to view a new set of resources about life in medieval Scotland published by Education Scotland. The ‘People of Medieval Scotland’ resource materials and learning journeys are the result of a collaboration between scholars at the University of Glasgow and school teachers and Education Scotland officials in a project funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and Education Scotland. The resources and supporting documents have been produced by Joanna Tucker from the University of Glasgow, with Dr John Reuben Davies and Professor Dauvit Broun. They provide valuable and reliable source material and ideas to support interdisciplinary learning linked to the medieval Scotland context.
Click here to view the thirty-two sources which can be used at all levels. These aim to make the lives of people living in medieval Scotland more accessible to practitioners and learners.
Click here to see examples of practitioners’ learning journeys (for pupils at every level) using these resources. Click to view a plan of 3 learning experiences linked to the reign of John Balliol. This second-third level learning journey bundles experiences and outcome across social studies, literacy and health and well-being.