Join us every second Friday at 9.45 am for a national assembly featuring exciting national partners and key themes from across Scotland’s curriculum.
You can engage throughout each assembly using the interactive chat or on Twitter using the #ScotlandsAssembly hashtag.
Our next Scotland's Assembly will take place on Friday 17th December. More details to come.
You can watch all previous Scotland's Assemblies on demand below.
For those who cannot access Vimeo you can also 'watch again' through Glow Teams (be sure to log in to Glow first).
- 30th April - Celebrate International Jazz Day with Tommy Smith, OBE from Scottish National Jazz Orchestra.
- 14th May – We visited Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park with Education and Inclusion Advisor Alison Cush.
- 28th May - Meet penguins and giraffes with the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland at Edinburgh Zoo.
- 11th June - Discover The Hidden Gardens and hear from Gavin Oattes as we celebrate the Summer of Play.
- 3rd September - In our first live Scotland's Assembly for this session we were celebrating Scottish Food and Drink Fortnight and
said “Over to you!” with a creative activity to design your own events for COP26.
- 17th September-Part 1 and Part 2 - The first of five special assemblies in the run up to COP26 - we visited COAST Arran to explore nature,
conservation and meet some real life sea creatures.
- 24th September - Exploring social enterprise and reducing our impact on the planet with sustainable fashion shop Apparelxchange in Glasgow.
- 1st October - Our theme was “Energy”. We learned why it’s so important to climate change and what Scotland can do to make a difference with
a guest from Point & Sandwick Trust Windfarm
- 8th October - We were learning all about clean transport and the difference we can make by going green as we travel.
- 22nd October – We were joined by Olympic and Paralympic swimmers Duncan Scott and Toni Shaw to get excited about swimming and outdoor water safety.
You can find the digital learning space for Outdoor Water Safety here.
- 5th November - We explored the key human behaviours needed when responding to climate change - adaptation and resilience.
This was the fifth and final COP26 themed Scotland’s Assembly.
- 19th November - We celebrated both BBC Children in Need and
Scottish Careers Week and looked at how social enterprises and careers can make
a difference to children and young people. Our special guest was Highland Wildcats who have
benefited from funding from BBC Children in Need.
- 3rd December - For International Day of People with Disabilities & UK Disability History Month we were joined by Peter Kerr from design and engineering firm www.atelierten.com and learnt about brilliant tech that makes schools great for everyone!
Friday - 17th September- Part 1
Friday - 17th September- Part 2