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Crofter Boy (1955)
A look at life for children on crofts.

School Video Clip

Men and Women of Tomorrow (1925)
A look at education from nursery to leaving school.

Classes for Girls Video Clip
Classes for Boys Video Clip
Infants’ School Video Clip
Kindergarten Video Clip
Leaving Certificate Video Clip
Primary Senior Division Video Clip

Children's Story, The (1938)
An optimistic look at educational methods in Scotland.

Educating Toddlers Video Clip
Eleven plus Exams and Beyond Video Clip
Healthy Schoolchildren Video Clip
Scotland’s New Schooling Video Clip
Scottish Education Video Clip
Schooling Methods Video Clip

Housewives of Tomorrow (1951)
Education for girls in the early 1950s.

Babycraft Video Clip
Bathing Baby Video Clip
Cookery Video Clip
Dressmaking Video Clip
Homemaking Video Clip
Laundry Video Clip
Sick Nursing Video Clip

Learning for Living (1956)
Teaching methods in a junior secondary school.

Homecraft Class Video Clip
School Newspaper Video Clip
Trigonometry For Girls Video Clip

Our Three R's
The educational services provided in Glasgow.

School Days Video Clip
The Tech Video Clip

Scotland’s Century (1999)

Scots give their memories of events of the last century.

Mischief and Games audio clip
Sectarian Education audio clip

Scotland on Film (2002)
Interviewees from the TV programme share memories of Scotland.

Owen McAllister - School Clogs Video Clip
Century of Schooling
Child's Life
Miller H Caldwell. Moving to a New School.
I left Primary two at Kirriemuir Primary School in May 1958. Well, that is not really exact. The school was built on Reform Street. Therefore I came from Reform St Primary School and that took some explanation to my new class, who knew what a Reform school was in Glasgow.

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