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BBC Resources for Pupils at Scottish Schools
BBC Education Scotland produces resources aimed specifically at the Scottish curriculum, from primary one to Higher level. These come in the form of television and radio programmes, websites and printable support for teachers.

The BBC also has material that pupils of all ages may find useful or interesting through a range of websites and programmes covering many subjects. We will try to highlight and give a brief intoduction to some of these sites on this page, as well as on the teachers and parents pages.
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Ages 14+ and Adult Learning
Scottish educational sites
Websites for Intermediate 1 and 2 and Higher levels in the Ages 14+ section, and Bitesize Revision for Standard Grade and Higher levels.
Scottish Short Stories Scottish Short Stories
Download the six short stories by Scottish writers featured in the Higher English programme presented by Nigel Buckland. Contemporary stories by Brian McCabe, Anne Donovan, Bernard McLaverty, Ian Rankin, Suhayl Saadi and Beatrice Colin.
Blast
Blast aims to inspire young people across Scotland to make the most of their creative and hidden talents, be it in music, art, film, dance or writing.
One Life One Life
Radio 1's One Life website has revision planners and exam tips, advice and help on going to university or college, and more. Options at 16+, 18+ and 21+.
Project work/research
Why not start your search at bbc.co.uk? The BBC has sites about History, Science and Nature and Religion and Ethics and much, much more. Don't forget you can get a Scottish angle from bbc.co.uk/scotland, which encompasses Scottish History, the Scotland the Wild nature site, Gaelic websites and more besides.
ChatGuide - Teen's Guide
Chatting online and using message boards are great for research, not to mention feeling part of an online community - just make sure you know the golden rules…
BBC Learning
Learning doesn't have to be restricted to schools! Explore, participate, learn; Languages, music, art; There's something for everyone with a bit of self motivation.
WebWise
The BBC's guide to using the Internet - including an absolute beginner's guide to using a computer (well done if you've got this far!)
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