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June 2, 2016
by I. Menzies
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SEPA – Rainfall school education project

SEPA is looking to expand its existing volunteer rainfall observer program. This work includes the development of an online data entry portal and data visualisation facility. To complement this work, SEPA is piloting collaboration with around 40 schools nationally. For … Continue reading

June 2, 2016
by I. Menzies
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Scotland’s Environment Website launches new Citizen Science portal

Why we built the portal Citizen Science is really important to the partners in Scotland’s Environment. It generates data which are used to make decisions, set priorities and debate issues, but just as importantly, it promotes citizen education, empowerment, health … Continue reading

March 10, 2016
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Get Energised: Renewable Energy in Scotland

Join the National Museum of Scotland on Wednesday 23rd March at 4pm to investigate Scotland’s future energy needs, focusing on renewable energy. This session is suitable for teachers in upper primary and lower secondary. Through interactive and hands-on activities we … Continue reading

March 9, 2016
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Scotland’s Environment – March Newsletter

Download the March edition of Scotland’s Environment newsletter from here. You can find out more information about Edinburgh International Science Festival (March 26th – April 10th). Additionally, you can find out more about various Citizen Science organisations from across Scotland … Continue reading

March 9, 2016
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Jedburgh STEM on the farm Saturday 23rd April 2016

 Saturday 23rd April 2016, 10 – 12.45 Upper Nisbet Farm, Jedburgh, TD8 6TS This teacher training session will showcase the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) involved in modern agriculture. There will be a range of workshops providing information, datasets … Continue reading

February 17, 2016
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Teacher Recruitment

Teacher training to be part of Transition Training Fund. A £12 million fund to help people who face job losses in the oil and gas sector find alternative employment will also be available to support those who want to become … Continue reading

February 16, 2016
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Scotland’s Environment : Focus on Air Pollution

This month Scotland’s Environment newsletter focuses on air pollution. If you’re looking for resources to help discuss air quality in the classroom, then you’ll find lots of Curriculum for Excellence aligned resources on Get Learning | Scotland’s Environment Web . Here’s some other … Continue reading

February 5, 2016
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Scottish Attainment Challenge Innovation Fund: Applications Open

Applications have opened for the £1.5 million Innovation Fund to help schools close the attainment gap. Schools can choose whether to apply quickly for funds to run projects that are ready to start in March 2016, or to consider bids … Continue reading

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