This describes the opportunities offered by RBGE for informal and formal education for people of all ages and at all levels, from primary school to PhD, amateur or professional, as part of lifelong learning, with resources based on the Gardens, botanical collections and expertise of RBGE staff.
The RBGE Schools' Education Programme offers curriculum-linked sessions for Nursery, Primary, Secondary and Teacher CPDs based on the outdoor space and plant collections. Learning covers issues of sustainability, and personal development and health and wellbeing outcomes.
A set of 20 full colour posters for schools produced by Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh that provide a well-researched visual resource for teaching and learning about plants and biodiversity for the Scottish Curriculum Guidelines 5 – 18.
The Isle of May 'virtual tour' includes videos; audio and photos; and information on the puffins, seals, and the history of the island. This is a great way to experience the reserve if you cannot make the visit and would be a useful resource to help with planning or follow…
Includes information on: A2 poster series about advances in a range of nature and landscape issues in Scotland, Scottish Outdoor Access Code activity guides, discover John Muir and the graphic novel, deer in Scotland, project inspiration, biodiversity activities pack, Gaelic and other resources and useful links.