A set of activities to help your class understand and engage with biodiversity on your doorstep.
These colourful factsheets and posters help pupils learn about Scotland's wildlife, where they live, what they eat, what is special about them and how they fit in with the rest of Scotland's wildlife and countryside. Most are available in English and in Gaelic. Fact sheets are available for: red squirrel;…
Information on SNH's remit and topics such as species; habitats; biodiversity; climate change; national nature reserves; enjoying the outdoors; and renewable energy
Help your pupils understand their rights and responsibilities in the outdoors in Scotland with the Know the Code before you go! Activity Guides. A range of colourful resources are available, including posters and a 'crack the code dial'.
Citizen Science is all about public involvement in monitoring the environment. These TCV resources include a Teacher Toolkit, supported by SEPA, SNH and the Scottish Government. This helps teachers build citizen science into their lessons and school activities. See the link below for this and other Citizen Science resources.