Check out these lesson plans which provide teachers with activities to engage young people in biodiversity conservation actions. As part of the GAIA 20:30 Biodiversity Campaign, teachers from all over the world were invited to develop, test, and submit Biodiversity Lesson Plans with a focus on: Promoting sustainable management of [...]
Encounter Edu have partnered with AXA Ocean Education and World Ocean Day for Schools to celebrate World Ocean Day. They are providing a range of live lessons and activities to help young people connect with and protect their local blue spaces.
A morning of interactive workshops for pupils, with guests from The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland, Fairtrade Schools, and children's author and veterinarian Gill Lewis courtesy of the Scottish Book Trust. Shared by LfS Scotland in their May 2022 news roundup.
Are you looking for new resources to support teaching your primary classes about marine wildlife? This new Dive In pack features fun facts and activities about the amazing species of sharks, skates and rays in Scotland's seas.
The North East Atlantic is home to incredibly diverse marine habitats and species. The Marine Conservation Society’s brand-new Biodiversity lesson plan for ages 14-16 explores some of these key habitats, the creatures living there, and how these important ecosystems are interlinked.
Are you looking for a way to bring COP26 into your classroom in November? This free lesson by AimHi Earth is for all students aged 11+, teachers, school leaders and parents. It provides an opportunity for the whole school community to come together in a collective learning experience and find [...]
Issue 39 of East Ayrshire’s LOST newsletter includes a lesson plan on how to Leave No Trace. This Social Subjects lesson is suitable for First and Second Level learners. The lesson plan is linked to the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Services supporting outdoor learning are provided by these Scottish organisations.