In this worksheet about Big Ben, students "use their research skills" to answer 8 questions about Big Ben. Answers are provided on page 2.
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Inverness and Highlands Heritage box
Learners explore, experience and study the rich cultural heritage that Inverness and the Highlands has to offer to young people and takes a look into the future. They assess certain aspects of Highland culture through the expressive arts...
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3rd - 6th Social Studies & History