The RSPB wants to help connect more children to nature. We can support your class in a range of ways.
RSPB at Kelvingrove Park
RSPB is continuing its successful partnership with Kelvingrove by offering an exciting programme of workshops based outside in Kelvingrove Park.
Active learning outdoors in Kelvingrove Park includes:
Primary sessions –
- Minibeast Safari
- Pond dipping Safari
- Beginner Birders
- Urban Ecologists
- Climate and Environmental Science
- Nature Explorers
All these sessions may be booked through the Glasgow Life bookings hub at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum on 0141 276 9505 / 9506
Schools Outreach Programme
Primary Schools Outreach sessions
Become a wild champion-in your community by learning about the different wildlife that makes up your green spaces and what you can do for nature on your doorstep. This is a two-day session with wildlife actions to deliver in between. Pupils will learn about biodiversity found in urban spaces and design an action plan to support it.
The programme for primary and early years includes two 90 minute RSPB-facilitated sessions spread over one term, with a teacher-led session in between.
- ‘Experience Nature’ – A Wild Challenge facilitated session includes an introduction to your school’s wildlife and local green spaces through activities such as species and habitat identification, species movement and connectivity. Curriculum areas: Sciences, Numeracy, Health & Wellbeing (Choose your session on the enquiry form)
- ‘Wild Challenge’ - Teacher-led activity contributing towards building a better picture of your schools grounds.
- ‘Help Nature’ – A Wild Challenge facilitated session, pupils will receive a co-design and planning workshop where they are equipped to design conservation actions and/or begin to put into place a campaign strategy. Curriculum areas: Social Studies, Moral Education, Technologies, Literacy
The total cost of this programme is: £120 (+VAT)
For more information on Outreach contact email@example.com and a member of our team will contact you.
We also provide CPD for teachers and educational professionals, encouraging confidence (as well as plenty of activity ideas) in outdoor environmental education and learning for sustainability.
Various dates advertised throughout the year.
For more information on CPD contact firstname.lastname@example.org.