RSPB Wild Challenge Award is available at three levels (Bronze, Silver and Gold) to help young people learn and act for nature. Check out this great video from Duddingston primary school. This shows how they took part, and created wildlife habitats in their school grounds.
Check out these Natural History Museum learning resources. These are designed to support the teaching of curriculum-linked topics around the theme of urban nature. The activities are designed to inspire young people to better understand urban biodiversity and the issues affecting their local environment. They have been created as part of [...]
TCV Scotland’s April e bulletin includes the results of the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch. Throughout the UK, 697,735 people counted a whopping 11,556,046 birds - providing a snapshot of how our garden birds are faring. Who are the winners and losers in the top ten? Find out here. How many [...]
Help your pupils participate in RSPB’s Big Schools Birdwatch, contributing to a countrywide data collection. Prepare in advance a safe and sheltered bird feeding station in view of the classroom, and spend an hour recording birds with free resources from the website. This activity also earns you awards with RSPB’s [...]
In their latest bulletin, the Forest School Association have shared We Be Kids family nature connection resources. This includes We Be Kids invitation to get excited about the RSPB’s Big Garden Bird Watch.
Services supporting outdoor learning are provided by these Scottish organisations.