Learn about four different ecosystems in Scotland through objects, games and microscopic imagery. Perfect to support your work around COP26, our accompanying resources will allow your class to study biodiversity across Scotland.
Our Digital Schools Sessions bring the museum to your classroom. Our free sessions are led by our team of Enablers and are broadcast using Microsoft Teams. Read our FAQs for further information about our sessions.
Biodiversity: Life In Scotland
Thu 28 Oct & Tue 2 Nov
09:45–10:10, 11:30–11:55, 13:30–13:55
Sessions are free of charge and are available to UK-based schools only.
By the end of the session, we will
understand that there are a wide variety of living things on our planet. Through focussing on Scotland specifically, you will see how all living things rely on each other.
Join our Enablers and learn about four different ecosystems in Scotland through objects, games and microscopic imagery. We will investigate Scotland's biodiversity as an example of interdependence in ecosystems. Accompanying activities will help your class explore wider issues around biodiversity, perfect for supporting your work in the run up to COP26.
I can distinguish between living and non-living things. I can sort living things into groups and explain my decisions. SCN 1-01a
I can explore examples of food chains and show an appreciation of how animals and plants depend on each other for food. SCN 1-02a
I can identify and classify examples of living things, past and present, to help me appreciate their diversity. I can relate physical and behavioural characteristics to their survival or extinction. SCN 2-01a