The Community of Arran Seabed Trust (COAST) provide a great online marine education pack. Good news if you are taking your learning outdoors to the beach or shore, either on Arran or beyond.
Project Noah stands for Networked Organisms and Habitats. It's a tool that nature lovers can use to explore and document local wildlife and a common technology platform that research groups can use to harness the power of citizen scientists everywhere. The website includes an education resource page.
Grow Wild share 31 illustrations in different styles of UK native wildflower or fungus and interesting facts about them. Why not draw the plants you can find outdoors in your greenspace or school grounds?
Are you aged 16-30, with a creative streak? SNH seek young filmmakers with a passion for nature for a new competition that aims to encourage businesses to see the benefits of the natural world.
This STEM Annual Report published 7th February 2019 by the Scottish Government provides an overview of progress in the first year of the five year STEM Strategy for Education and Training in Scotland. The early learning and childcare sector is key in engaging children with STEM outdoors.