Produced by SEPA and North Lanarkshire Council, with Education Scotland, this pack is designed to encourage pupils to think about air quality. It contains geography and science activities and practical outdoor experiments
This new Plantlife Scotland project explores the internationally important Atlantic woodlands of Scotland and the unique species that live there, with online resources for teachers and educators. Follow Ghillie Dhu, the online forest guardian sprite!
This GfL resource can extend outdoor learning beyond the school day, and encourage parental involvement. It provides curriculum linked tasks for each week along with useful links to websites and downloads. Grounds for Learning is supported by Scottish Natural Heritage.
Developed by Woodland Trust Scotland with Forestry Commission Scotland support, this pack helps primary teachers take the curriculum outside, whether in school grounds, a local park or nearby patch of woodland. It supports all stages from planning, activities, evaluation and review
Poster of the front cover of Forestry Commission Scotland’s Wolf Brother’s Wildwoods resource.