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The World Beneath Our Feet - Connecting Soils and Curriculum

Created by SBP Admin | Published 06.01.16

Connecting soils and curriculum. A series of soil-based activities that have been designed to add value across Curriculum for Excellence.

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OWL Scotland Resources

Created by SBP Admin | Published 02.15.16

A downloadable flyer/leaflet setting out the main education resources available from Forestry Commission Scotland and Outdoor and Woodland Learning Scotland.

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Recumbent Stone Circles

Created by OWL Scotland | Published 06.15.15

Recumbent Stone Circles: a learning resource for teachers of Curriculum for Excellence Level 2. This resource aims to help teachers and youth group leaders explore the recumbent stone circles of Aberdeenshire.

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The Picts

Created by OWL Scotland | Published 06.15.15

The Picts: a learning resource for teachers of Curriculum for Excellence Level 2. The Picts are one of Scotland's greatest mysteries: an apparently vanished nation, chronicled by others but not by themselves. The Picts speak to us only through their inspiring creativity- their marvellous carved stones, their monumental hill forts and their beautiful jewellery. This resource aims to provide an introduction to a topic rich in imagination, creativity and enquiry.

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Forestry based Standard Grade and Higher Biology and Geography - Curriculum Support CD-ROM

Created by Borders FEI | Published 01.21.15

Topics include multi-purpose forestry, climate change, world biomes and variety in plants. This CD-ROM, which contains 10 interactive PowerPoint presentations plus work sheets, is focused on Standard Grade and Higher Biology and Geography and can be ordered (free of charge) through the Scottish Borders OWL Group. Please contact greg.macfarlane@forestry.gsi.gov.uk  Although based on the 5 – 14 curriculum it can be adapted to be used as part of the 3 -18 curriculum. For more information on the project history and its content please download the introductory notes (link below).

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