As an historical figure then it is perfectly legitimate to learn about Scottish history. I have a hazy recollection of my classes at school as it wasn't a subject I appreciated at the time, but I seem to recall we had much more about the wider significance of world events. Interestingly, looking back on it being a bit Scots-light, it similarly had little about non-Western cultures. And again, there is a risk in flavouring history with our own prejudice and viewpoints, which should be guarded against. Easy to say - difficult to do in practice.
Young Master Slaw, went to the new Culloden visitor centre with his school last year. Lots of dressing up and role playing, plus learning of the build up to the battle, the battle itself and the aftermath.I must have been doing the same as I recall a school trip to Bannockburn at the same age.
But then it after that was more British history than specifically Scottish
From what I got from him when he got home, he thoroughly enjoyed it and it has peeked his interest. The new visitor centre is very good and historically accurate, rather than going all "Bravehart".