Junior Tour Guides - Audio Descriptions 2021
Below you will find audio description versions of the main Junior Tour Guides’ film, followed by the five activity videos.
If you have any enquiries regarding accessible resources for the Junior Tour Guides 2021 project, please send an email to [email protected] and we will get back to you.
Junior Tour Guides film
Join Sir William and Lady St Clair and their scribe, the medieval stonemasons, mythical green men, angels and Victorian visitors to discover the story of Rosslyn Chapel.
Apply for a job at Rosslyn Chapel
Fill out an apprentice application as an apprentice at Rosslyn Chapel! With Sir William and Lady St Clair.
Make a soap carving
Learn how to carve a design in soap with the master stonemason and his apprentice.
Play Green Man Tig
Learn the Rosslyn Chapel version of tig with the Green Men, draw a green man face and tart your own green man poem.
Make your own drum
Join the musical angels in the Lady Chapel to learn how to make your very own drum.
Make a “stained glass” window
Use the template below to make an easy stained glass window with the Victorian visitors.
Further learning resources
Rosslyn Chapel has a variety of digital learning resources that can be used either in the classroom or for home learning. Click on the links to find out more about the following related topics:
Discover even more topics at
Digital Learning Resources - The Official Rosslyn Chapel Website
The Junior Tour Guides films will support learning on the following topics:
- Scottish History
- Medieval times/The Middle Ages
- Comparing to Scotland's past
- Midlothian local history
- Rosslyn Chapel
- Sinclair Family
- RME churches and religious buildings
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This project is part of an ongoing partnership between Rosslyn Chapel Trust and Roslin Primary School. With special thanks to Illuminate UK and Media Education.
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