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Pearls in the Classroom

Literacy_English, Sciences, Social_Studies Primary SNH

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’.

View N/A Created by SNH | Published: 26.10.16

BBC School Radio Scottish Wildcats (Level 2 pupils)

Sciences, Technologies Primary SNH, FCS

Scottish Wildcat Action is a project that aims to protect the Scottish Wildcat from extinction, supported by SNH and Forestry Commission Scotland and other partners. This 20 minute programme follows Wildlife officer Emma Rawling on her rounds to check for any live trapped feral cats, to help prevent interbreeding with…

View Other Created by SNH, FCS | Published: 05.10.16

Scotland’s Soils

Sciences, Technologies, Social_Studies Secondary SNH, FCS, SEPA

Follow the link below to access this website which provides comprehensive data and information on Scotland’s soils. You can look at a range of maps and download the data associated with these maps. Other useful sources of data and information are also signposted. You can find out about what soils…

View N/A Created by SNH, FCS, SEPA | Published: 04.10.16

CALEDON tree health game

Maths_Numeracy, Sciences, Technologies, Social_Studies Primary, Secondary FCS, RBG

This free educational game is all about tree health and the ways in which resilience to pests and diseases can be increased. Players aim to keep their forest thriving whilst meeting specific objectives (CfE Levels 3 & 4). Follow the link below to play and download for free. Why not…

View Other Created by FCS, RBG | Published: 21.09.16

Chocolate Geology

Sciences, Social_Studies Primary, Secondary LL_TNP

Explore how the landscape around Loch Lomond was formed – using chocolate! This hands-on activity helps in understanding the three geological parts to the world, how mountains are formed, and the three main types of rock: sedimentary, igneous and metamorphic.

View PDF Created by LL_TNP | Published: 08.09.16

Scotland’s Outdoor Learning Directory aims to provide a portal to services supporting outdoor learning which are provided by these Scottish organisations.

Forestry Commission Scotland Scottish Natural Heritage Lomond & Trossachs NP Natural Scotland Cairngorms National Park Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh SEPA Education Scotland Historic Environment Scotland