FIDRA are organising a winter nurdle hunt weekend from 3rd-5th February 2017, to conduct a citizen science survey and raise awareness and gather evidence about pellet pollution across the UK. Why not do this as part of outdoor activity with your class?
This Clyde and Avon Valley Landscape Partnership (CAVLP) report describes an exciting new education project that will celebrate the return of the iconic Atlantic salmon to the Avon Water
Would you like fruit trees in your school grounds? Follow this link for information on the Tree Council’s new funding opportunity, open to all schools within the United Kingdom with pupils aged 16 or under.
Secrets of the Celtic Rainforest now includes a great new resource for primary and early years children as a downloadable storybook about the adventures of Ghillie Dhu (the forest sprite) and the plants he meets along the way. These include Scottish curriculum-linked activities for children and teacher background notes…
This briefing note from Natural England (14 July 2016) focuses on the impacts of learning in natural environments and the impacts of natural environments on learning processes and outcomes. It highlights positive associations as well as gaps in the evidence.