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.
This Moray House School of Education and Sport online webinar will take place 5th April 2-3pm. It is a public free to register event. It presents findings from a UK and European project looking at young people’s employment, with a focus on outdoor learning.
Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park have launched their Biodiversity and Climate Change education pack with new education resource case studies. This supports the Environmental Science curriculum (National 4/5 and Higher). The case studies are Mission Zero, Trees and Woods and Water Resources. These can help to teach Learning [...]
Learning Through Landscapes have launched their first set of newly designed resources for outdoor learning, covering a range of different subjects and school phases. There will be more to come in future weeks and months. These resources are sorted into 4 categories: Early years, Primary, Secondary, and Play activities for [...]
This online course (costed) offered by Learning Through Landscapes introduces history practitioners to simple ways to take and develop some core history activities outdoors, with ideas that can be adapted for all secondary levels and stages.
Learning Through Landscapes offer this free TeachMeet event on 6th October 2021, to share good practice in outdoor learning among secondary schools. Hear from colleagues who are delivering innovative, high quality outdoor learning, and share your questions, challenges, opportunities and ideas for outdoor learning in secondary schools.
Services supporting outdoor learning are provided by these Scottish organisations.