This article from Scotland's Nature describes how many of Scotland’s place names have Gaelic origins, some with fascinating stories and some very surprising.
Pearls in the Classroom aims to raise awareness of the freshwater pearl mussel in schools within key river catchments in Scotland, as well as highlighting the species’ important cultural history in Britain. Follow the link for a range of resources and local contacts for ‘Pearls in Peril’.
Useful tree based resources with links to support study on topics including climate change, social studies, literacy, STEM and sustainability issues, produced by Forestry Commision Scotland for student teachers and other learners
Inspiration from The Taynish Art Trail 2015. This includes visitors’ thoughts, feelings and observations about their experience of Taynish National Nature Reserve, including the art, poetry and sculptures they encountered.
This OWL Scotland resource illustrates the Gaelic alphabet. This contains only 18 letters, each relating to a tree. This is a poster which illustrates the letter and tree name.