Mr W – Wolves

Just a wee list of sources you can access to help you understand some of the issues surrounding the topic… They are not all obviously linked to the main question, but I think that they might all have something for you to consider. ūüôā

Just click on the bullet points to go to the linked page. (Please note, these are external links and, though checked before listing, may contain commercial content):

You’ll find plenty more as you start searching and I haven’t even gone into the history of wolves in Scotland. Questions you could think about include:

  • Where did (the Scottish) wolves come from?
  • When did they live in Scotland?
  • How did they interact with the environment?
  • How did they interact with man?
  • Why did they disappear?

And so on…

Happy searching… and keep good notes on where you find the information as you will need to include your sources in your final piece.

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Celebrating 20 years of Harry Potter

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, the English Department will be running lots of Harry Potter related competitions throughout the year. Pop up and see us to find out which one we’re currently running!

You can also get sorted into your Hogwarts house by using the quiz in the Resources section of this website. You’ll be able to see which house some of the staff are in too.¬†Just check their doors for a house crest! Will you be a Ravenclaw like Miss Sorbie, a Hufflepuff¬† like Miss Sturrock, a Gryffindor like Mr Jamieson, or a Slytherin like Mr Winton? Hand all answers in to Miss Hynd to get your results!

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