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Strathclyde Workshop

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6 children from Robert Owen Memorial  Primary School with their model

"Cultural Diversity"

This workshop provided classes of Primary 6 children from Robert Owen Memorial Primary School in Lanark with the opportunity to explore the topic of cultural diversity through learning about the different buildings associated with places of worship.

The workshop was designed to facilitate the generic learning outcomes (GLOs) identified by the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council's 'Inspiring Learning for All' (ILFA) framework and to connect with the Curriculum for Excellence, aimed at enabling all young people to become ‘successful learners, confident individuals, responsible citizens and effective contributors’..

"I would like to visit an archive in the future to see all the amazing drawings and artwork"

- James, age 11


  • Lesley Hepburn, Artist and workshop leader
  • John Borland, RCAHMS Surveyor
  • RCAHMS Treasured Places Team