Working with schools
We work with teachers, schools and parents to develop inspiring and educational programmes in schools across the region.
Negotiating the complex world we live in
Several Edinburgh schools work with the University’s Model United Nations Society to help pupils engage with world affairs and global challenges by learning more about how the UN works.
Reusable water bottles for Preston Street Primary School
Edinburgh Local teamed up with a local primary school to tackle the issue of plastic waste. We hear from parent and staff member at the University's Institute of Genetics and Molecular Medicine, Thomas Williams...
Supporting pupils’ move to high school
Children in Leith can get help as they make the sometimes difficult transition between primary and secondary school.
Psychology for schools
Undergraduate Psychology students have been working with pupils at Craigroyston Community High School to introduce them to the subject.
Informing choices and planning futures
We support and advise local pupils considering going to university, and their parents and advisers.
‘Dear Future’ with Royal Mile Primary School
Pupils seek inspiration for the future through viewing and making art.
Calling all Biology teachers: Supercytes are fun
A free class for Biology teachers will equip them with a pack to teach immunology in a fun way.
Project DIEM delivers STEM workshops
A student-led project is running workshops in local schools to inspire pupils to study science subjects.
Supporting pupils’ health and wellbeing
Specially-trained students are supporting teachers in delivering personal health and wellbeing sessions in schools.
Classic poem retold in contemporary performance
More than 60 pupils from Leith Walk Primary School will take part in a breathtaking musical performance of The Rime of the Ancient Mariner in Old College from 21-23 March.
Teaching local pupils how to twist and tuck
Students at the University's Trampoline Club are giving local primary school children an opportunity to try out the sport.
Scotland-China education in East Lothian
An innovative programme to teach Mandarin in East Lothian schools has now been adopted by other local authorities
Women's Football Club teams up with local school
A fun football tournament for a local after-school club was organised recently by members of the Edinburgh University Women's Association Football Club (EUWAFC).
GeoSciences in schools
GeoSciences students are helping local schools to deliver teaching on complex subjects such as climate change.
Jedburgh pupils get a taste of genetics
Pupils from Jedburgh Grammar School have participated in a Higher Biology workshop on DNA.
It all adds up
Maths students are supporting pupils while gaining valuable classroom experience.
Schools across Lothians getBRAINY!
Every year since 2008, our Edinburgh Neuroscience team here at the University organise a series of getBRAINY school workshops, coordinated by Dr Jane Haley, Edinburgh Neuroscience Scientific Coordinator.
SCI-FUN in the community
For over two decades, the SCI-FUN Roadshow has delivered a ‘science centre’ experience to schools and communities in the Edinburgh region.
Pupils inspired to aim high
University staff are working with local schools to nurture aspiration.
Partnering with Castlebrae High School
Staff at cutting-edge cell research centre mentor local high school pupils.
History for Schools
History for Schools is a new programme at the University of Edinburgh that aims to get school pupils (from ages 13 to 16) excited about History.
Science Insights for local pupils
At Science Insights, the University’s College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine students teach pupils from local schools learn about careers in science.
Literacy through Latin
Literacy through Latin is a programme connecting enthusiastic student volunteers who know and love Latin, with classrooms in City of Edinburgh Council primary schools.
Read, Write, Count
Read, Write, Count is a Scottish government-led campaign that aims to encourage families in Scotland to include easy and fun reading, writing and counting activities in their everyday lives