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Check for ticks

Health_Wellbeing Any_Age FCS

This Forestry Commission Information webpage provides clear advice on how to identify ticks and how to remove them quickly. A simple diagram shows key points on the body to check, helpful for all including groups working outdoors with children.

View Other Created by FCS | Published: 22.06.17

Climate Ready Places Lesson Plans

Interdisciplinary, Social_Studies, Health_Wellbeing, Practicalities Primary, Secondary SNH

These Adaptation Scotland resources help students to think about their place and different environments, climate change impacts, aspects of their place and how they might improve it, plus consider their own place in the context of a changing climate. These resources could support place based learning outdoors.

View Other Created by SNH | Published: 07.03.17

ReRoute research on young people’s relationships and attitudes to nature

Social_Studies, Health_Wellbeing, Religious_Moral Secondary SNH

Scotland’s national youth biodiversity panel, ReRoute has carried out a new survey of young people in Scotland. This has revealed that nearly three quarters (74 per cent) enjoy spending time in nature and that one in nine (87 per cent) agree we need to protect the natural environment. Find out…

View Other Created by SNH | Published: 09.02.17

The Nature of Scotland Autumn/Winter 2016

Sciences, Social_Studies, Health_Wellbeing Secondary SNH

Packed with information and updates about Scotland’s wildlife, land management issues, and projects, including ReReoute, the Youth Biodiversity Panel. A great resource for Social Subjects, Biology and Environmental Science teachers/ students or anyone interested in Scotland’s nature. Information on how to subscribe to this online publication is also provided.

View PDF (5.0 MB) Created by SNH | Published: 15.11.16

Low Carbon Behaviours Insight Report

Technologies, Social_Studies, Health_Wellbeing, Religious_Moral Secondary Any

This 2015 Young Scot report presents key findings to better understand how young people can be encouraged to make low carbon choices. This may be of interest to those seeking to engage with young people on issues related to the low carbon agenda and increase youth participation.

View PDF (12.2 MB) Created by Any | Published: 15.06.16

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