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National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 26 April 2021
CLD Adult Literacy – Scots Resources

Case study highlighting the development of Scots Literacy learning packs that promoted informal learning and targeted older vulnerable, socially isolated adults, created during Covid-19.

National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 01 January 2017
Room on the Broom in Scots

​This resource explores James Robertson's Scots translation of the children's book Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson.

National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 01 January 2017
100 key Scots words

This resource features 100 key words in varieties of Scots from areas including Caithness, Orkney, Shetland and the North East.

National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 18 October 2017
Scots Language in Curriculum for Excellence

This report outlines the good practice observed during visits to schools and the positive impact for learners.

National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 01 January 2017
Features of Scots

​This resource introduces learners to the linguistic features of contemporary Scots language.

National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 01 January 2017
History of Scots

This resource details the history of the Scots language from the Middle Ages to the present day.

National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 01 January 2017
Scotland's scientists: A Scots language resource

This resource features a series of posters on a range of eminent Scottish scientists, along with short biographies about each one.

National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 01 January 2017
Scots thesaurus

​The Scots Thesaurus resource has been designed to accompany the pilot phase of an online resource from Glasgow University.

National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 01 January 2017
The Gruffalo in Scots

​Resources to accompany the Scots versions of Julia Donaldson’s classic children’s book The Gruffalo.

National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 01 January 2017
Scots language: Keen tae Ken yir Kin

‘Keen tae Ken yir Kin’ puts Scots language in a context where it is at the centre of learning.