How the Southern Uplands of Scotland were formed

An explanation of how the Southern Uplands of Scotland were formed.

Leith and Edinburgh

The locations of Edinburgh and the Port of Leith on the Firth of Forth.

Life of the Maasai

The building of a house made from locally sourced materials in rural Kenya.

Limestone and its uses

An explanation of how rocks are mined and what limestone is used for.

Making weekly weather recordings

How to measure and record weather using a thermometer, an anemometer and a rain gauge.

Map reading skills - calculating distance

Trainee tour guide Tess practises her map-reading skills.

Natural landmarks in the Scottish Southern Uplands

A visit to Grey Mare's Tail waterfall and Devil's Beef Tub in the Southern Uplands.

Portpatrick, Scotland

A look at the strong links between Portpatrick in Scotland and Ireland.

Rocks (no narration)

A compilation of clips showing rocks in a variety of forms and locations.

The River Clyde from source to sea

A brief look at the features of the River Clyde in Scotland, from source to sea.

8 learner guides

We have a selection of learner guides