This blog post from Fintry and Buchlyvie Primary 7 classes describes their outdoor week exploring sites within Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park , where they find out what makes a Celtic Rainforest, and achieve a John Muir Celtic Rainforest Discovery Award with the support of Plantlife Scotland.
Have a look at Priority Project 6 (pp. 38-41) which describes opportunities for Learning and Inclusion within the Cairngorms National park, an area which offers outstanding opportunities for outdoor learning.
Scotland has plenty to celebrate on World Heritage Day. We have six magnificent UNESCO World Heritage Sites which combine all sorts of history – architectural, cultural…..and natural! Check out this great blog post to inspire a visit outdoors.
This includes a commitment to 75,000 free education places and 20,000 travel subsidies, detailed in this published Annual Operating Plan 2017/18.
This SNH News release describes how pupils from Glassary Primary School, Lochgilphead took part in a short film highlighting the importance of Scotland’s internationally-renowned peatlands. ‘People and Peatland’ was partly recorded in Mid Argyll, at the Moine Mhor National Nature Reserve (NNR).