Planning Aid Scotland

  • Place, Work, Folk

    First ‘Place, Work, Folk’ pilot takes place in Fife

    We have just completed the first run of this project at Woodmill High School in Dunfermline, Fife. We linked up with S3 English Teacher June Bouaoun, as part of her work with the pupils towards the new Scottish Studies Award.

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