BOOK NOW: Exclusive AimHi virtual sessions for learners in Scotland


Exclusive AimHi virtual sessions for learners in Scotland start January 20th 2021 – clink the link to BOOK NOW

20th Jan – 7pm – 1. Understand the climate crisis in 45 minutes.

27th Jan – 7pm – 2. What’s the future of our food and farms?

3rd Feb – 7pm – 3. Rewilding: should Scotland bring back wolves and lynx cats?

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These sessions have been created specifically for Scottish learners and their families and each session will have input from some exciting guest speakers!

  • AimHi is the nature-first, curiosity-powered, live, interactive online school on a mission to make world-class live learning accessible to everyone.
  • Since March, AimHi has run hundreds of live lessons, reaching thousands of students in over 100 countries, hosting guests including Jane Goodall and George Monbiot.
  • Learners attending AimHi lesson, leave feeling inspired, energised and wanting to learn more.

Who is AimHi for?

  • AimHi’s lessons are mostly attended by ages 11 through to adult, however they’re also suitable for younger ages. Some adults choose to bring children younger than 11.

How does it work?

  • All lessons can easily be accessed on phones or computers via
  • Learners who don’t already have one will need to set up an account with in advance, in order to access AimHi’s chat.
  • Lessons are highly interactive, and give everyone a chance to be curious, ask questions, respond live to challenges and steer the learning.

How much does AimHi cost?

  • This series is being run for free. AimHi is a not-for-profit, and is funded by grants and donations.

Is it safe?

  • AimHi employs very high standards to ensure the online safety of learners. All video is one-way (learners’ cameras are never used), and learners are both anonymous and only interact through strictly moderated and filtered text chat.

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