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Are you a teacher?

Throughout the project, our Education Officer can offer lessons and assemblies anywhere in Orkney to help your pupils learn more about Orkney’s native wildlife and the threat of invasive non-native species such as the stoat. All learning is linked to the Curriculum for Excellence.

If you would like to talk to us about coming to your school, please contact us.

“The children have experienced a rich learning opportunity. They talk about their knowledge for a long time after the class visit. I also come away feeling a greater sense of appreciation for where I live and inspired to do more of this type of work in my teaching. Thank you!”

P6/7 Teacher, Glaitness Primary

An assembly talk in Kirkwall

Are you a young person, parent or guardian?

When Covid-19 restrictions allow, we will set up a Youth Forum for young people aged 16-25. The activities will be determined by the group but might include opportunities to take part in practical conservation action such as wildlife surveying and stoat monitoring using tracking tunnels and footprint ink cards.

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