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CPD and events for teachers

We have a range of events and CPD for teachers looking to visit our museums or use our collections in their classrooms.

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Field to Fork: Where Food Begins (P4-7)

Where does our food come from? Join us as we explore the journey of your food from the soil to your plate. Investigate food production technologies past and present, and the impact they have on the world around us and the food we eat.

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Europe

Our reach across Europe reflects the multi-disciplinary nature of our collections.

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Magic Carpet (Nursery-P1)

Take a trip on our Magic Carpet to discover our collections through songs, stories, and hands-on activities.

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School visits to National Museum of Flight

From just an hour to a full day programme, students can explore technology or be inspired by history with our newest exhibitions and collection of aircraft.

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Scottish collectors and collecting in central Africa, 1870–1930

This project, funded by a Carnegie Trust Research Initiative Grant, is undertaking research into African collections acquired from Scottish travellers, missionaries and explorers, focusing on the period between 1870 and 1930.

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Mandarin at the Museum

Learn how to say colours in Mandarin, explore the museum collections virtually and create your own Chinese object card.

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The Fabric of Life: Early Polynesian barkcloth in context

This collaborative project combines research on one of the founding collections of the National Museums Scotland and fieldwork with contemporary makers in Polynesia to investigate the history, changing nature and present-day significance of barkcloths, many of which date back to the first European exploratory voyages in the Pacific region.

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Secrets of ancient Egyptian statue revealed at Montrose Museum

The subject of an important ancient Egyptian statue held in the collections of Montrose Museum has been identified thanks to a National Museums Scotland review of ancient Egyptian and East Asian collections held in local museums.

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Edinburgh Science Festival Online

Explore the digital alternatives to this year's festival from the comfort of your home.

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