RSPB Scotland’s ambition is for the Wild Challenge to help more families across the country reap the benefits of spending time outside in nature. Research has shown that children who have a healthy connection to nature are more likely to benefit from higher achievement at school, better mental and…
St Andrews Primary short film 'Discovering Wildlife in Dundee’ was a winning submission in the Learning & Progression category in Scottish Natural Heritage's Primary Schools Camera Trapping competition 2017. See this and more winning schools via this YouTube link.
The report from the first phase of Historic Environment Scotland’s What’s Your Heritage? Initiative has been released. Find out what the people of Scotland feel about their heritage – the buildings and places, people, language, traditions and experiences.
News from Learning Away that East Ayrshire Council has announced that all pupils from all backgrounds across their 54 schools will be entitled to a high-quality residential learning experience during their time at school.
The big butterfly count runs from Friday 14 July - Sunday 6 August 2017. Find out more and how to take part here.