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Education in Scotland

From finding out about red kites to campaigning for more sustainable development education in schools, the RSPB's education work in Scotland is wide-ranging.

Living Classrooms

Get your class or group exploring the natural world at one of our field teaching sites across the UK. With over 30 Living Classrooms for you to choose from, we bring learning to life to a site near you. More...

Living Classrooms

Outdoor Learning and Real World Learning

Much of our education work is about bringing young people into first hand contact with nature. But we do this against a background of increasing difficulty. More...

Outdoor Learning and Real World Learning

Sustainable Development Education

Schools play a vital role in providing the children who will become the citizens of the 21st Century with the knowledge and skills they will need to build a sustainable society. More...

Sustainable Development Education

Special places and special animals

We organise special education projects concentrating on special places or about species of conservation concern. Two of our current projects are about the reintroduction of White-tailed Eagles to Scotland, and Loch Leven National Nature Reserve in central Scotland. More...

Special places and special animals

Wildlife Explorers

Our education work isn’t just with schools. Wildlife Explorers Clubs are a great way of getting more involved. More...

Wildlife Explorers

WildSquare

All schools in Scotland can access our web-based survey project, WildSquare More...

WildSquare

Welcome to RSPB Kids!

Our website for children contains curriculum-linked activities, fun games and useful learning materials. More...