David’s religion had a big impact on his life and work. From a young age, his father read him Bible stories and he attended the local church twice every Sunday.
Welcome to David Livingstone Birthplace Digital Learning Zone.
We are so excited to be launching our revised Global Citizenship Learning Resource that we are releasing a new theme every week with games, activities and content to help your child or classroom engage as fully as possible with the topics.
This resource was jointly produced by David Livingstone Birthplace and the West of Scotland Development Education Centre and designed to inspire and support schools to study the life and legacy of Scotland’s famous missionary, explorer and abolitionist, Dr David Livingstone.
Created with the Curriculum for Excellence and Global Citizenship in mind, the resource covers subject areas from Social Studies, Health and Wellbeing, Religious and Moral Studies, English, Literacy and Science - embedding the Sustainable Development Goals within the curriculum areas to produce a well-rounded and comprehensive learning experience.
We will be releasing new content each week, centred around themes of Wildlife Conservation, Industrialisation, Gender Equality, Religion and more! Activities will be available on the web site, social media and via downloadable PDF files.
The David Livingstone Birthplace Learning Team are offering free virtual museum visits for Primary schools in the Lanarkshire area available to book every Thursday and Friday afternoon, from now until the end of term!
The sessions will introduce David Livingstone and explore how our local history is connected to the rest of the world through trade, empire and exploration. Activities included within the 45-minute session are: virtual object handling, original source analysis, historical investigation and lots more!
"Thank you so much for providing Primary 6 with such an informative workshop surrounding David Livingstone and his life. The activities on offer were well planned and suited the abilities and needs of the children in the class. The presentation was very detailed and there were lots of opportunities for the children to share their own experiences and ideas."Feedback from a teacher in Blantyre after our “Global Blantyre” session with her P6 class
Virtual visits are free this term in exchange for feedback from teachers and pupils, so do make sure to book yours soon! E-mail our learning team at email@example.com for more details and to book.
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