Shared Language, Culture and Heritage
The main aim of these resources is to build capacity within primary schools so that they can teach elements of Ulster-Scots and shared cultural heritage using existing staff and resources.
Where to begin?
You may decide to involve the whole school or focus on a particular key stage and/or year group. You may choose to try some basic conversational Ulster-Scots or focus on a specific Area of Learning to provide a context to learn about aspects of Ulster-Scots Language, Culture and/or Heritage, for example, the impact of people movement during the Plantation of Ulster in The World Around Us.
Innovative resources alongside traditional material...
We have created a range of innovative resources which will assist you in delivering Ulster-Scots to the extent you wish.
We have also included links to other resources and sites which we hope you will find useful.
Browse through the areas of learning to begin!
This Key Stage 2 resource explores the role of the Ulster-Scots community in the linen industry from cottages to factories and finally to its demise in the twentieth century. The resource links to the Northern Ireland Curriculum and provides both a wide range of cross-curricular lessons and the resources required to teach each lesson.