We work with schools across Scotland, providing pupils with opportunities to explore values and beliefs from a Christian perspective through classroom work, assemblies and residential experiences.
From Shetland to Dumfries, Argyll to Fife, we've been partnering with schools across Scotland for over 70 years, contributing to the curriculum and the spiritual development of young people.
These are extra-curricular clubs taking place in primary and secondary schools, empowering children and young people to explore the Christian faith.
MOVE is a free cross-curricular resource to help children progress from Primary to Secondary School.
Colour In Easter helps children explore what Christians believe about Easter, meeting the Curriculum for Excellence Experiences and Outcomes;
Light Up Christmas is an exciting three part video series, exploring what Christians believe about Christmas.
We help schools to deliver Religious Observance as part of Curriculum for Excellence. Find resources and information for teachers, volunteers and supporters.
This exciting programme teaches children in P5-P7 the whole storyline of the Bible in a series of interactive multimedia lessons. It fits with all four capacities of Curriculum for Excellence, as well as covering many of the experiences and outcomes in RME.
Discover a relevant and dynamic approach to the curriculum that brings outdoor learning to life! Our cross-curricular range of activities responds to Curriculum for Excellence and compliments day-to-day learning in the classroom.
Every year, around 1,500 pupils enjoy a short residential experience on an SU Scotland weekend, led and arranged by regional staff.