Hear, see and feel history come to life
FREE learning resources
Our interactive activities and dynamic resources challenge children of all ages and abilities to independently interpret and reflect on our history through contemporary conversations. Empowering them to shape their own views around remembrance, the poppy and its legacy.
Download our 2023 Learning Pack
This pack encourages learners to explore themes surrounding Poppyscotland’s new plastic-free poppy. Find out more about the history of the poppy in Scotland whilst learning about the work of Poppyscotland. Our Poppy Learning Booklet shares examples of practise from across the country and our Plastic-free Poppy Resource provides practical ideas for your classroom to support your remembrance teaching.
To download, click on the button and fill in your details - you only need to do this once per session. The download will then start immediately.
Bud is our interactive micro museum, travelling Scotland sharing our archive, veterans’ stories and the poppy’s heritage. A place where you can learn, share and shape your own story of reflection and hope.
This year we are running two exciting competitions that you can take part in.
Our Path of the Poppy competition invites learners to tell the story of the poppy in Scotland.
Our Share Your Poppy Learning competition aims to celebrate the amazing remembrance learning happening across Scotland by sharing ideas with others.
Find out more about both competitions and submit your entries here:
2022 Competition Winners!
After receiving over 140 entries, we are delighted to announce the winners of our 2022 learning competition – My Secret War Diary.
Lady Haig's Poppy Factory tours
Immerse yourself in our symbol of remembrance. Explore the evolution of the poppy, meet its makers and understand the life-changing support it still provides to this day.
Veterans' Voices is a unique film resource, interviewing veterans to capture their experiences and thoughts on remembrance. The complete resource will feature a diverse range of voices from all over Scotland and of every military conflict from 1939 to the present day.