Teachers and students
If you are a teacher consider how to engage your students in a biodiversity project.
Consider making your classroom and grounds biodiverse! That way not only will the students learn about biodiversity, but your school can become a haven for local wildlife. Biodiversity and the school estate has lots of ideas to help with this.
Learning in Local Greenspace
This exciting partnership project aims to support 100 schools across Scotland to take learning outdoors into a local greenspace on a regular and frequent basis.
The project will involve identifying and addressing the barriers that currently prevent frequent outdoor learning across the curriculum in each school. These may include improving access to and the quality of local greenspaces and building confidence in teachers to take learning outdoors. The schools that we will work with are those serving some of the most disadvantaged areas of Scotland.
Key to the success of this Scottish Natural Heritage led project will be its collaborative approach. We are working in partnership with a range of local and national environmental partner organisations, local authorities (including education and other key departments such as greenspace, parks management and ranger teams) and of course schools.
A summary document will be available to give a little more detail about the project soon.
Legacy and Resources
We will produce materials for this project that schools not directly participating can also use. Those will be posted on this page as they are developed.
If you would like further information about this work, please contact the project team at Scottish Natural Heritage:
Sue Munro email@example.com
(Policy and Advice, Greenspace) Project Manager
Sharon Cunningham firstname.lastname@example.org
(Policy and Advice, Outdoor Learning)
Zeshan Akhter email@example.com
(Strategy, Scottish Biodiversity Strategy)
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