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  • Sign up for Big Schools' Birdwatch!

    I’m delighted to announce that Big Schools’ Birdwatch is now open for registration at rspb.org.uk/schoolswatch If you’ve taken part before than please sign up again – you know how great it is. If you’ve not taken part...
  • Rhydypenau/Nant Fawr Case Study

    The following post was written by Sarah Mitchell, our Youth & Education Officer in Wales. Inspiration Many schools find it difficult to get children engaged with nature. This is often because the school grounds do not lend themselves to the...
  • The RSPB is now a Friend of Eco-Schools England!

    The RSPB are proud to announce that they are now a Friend of Eco-Schools England. As such, schools who earn a Wildlife Action Award will have met some of the criteria towards achieving an Eco-Schools award. Keep Britain Tidy's Education manager...
  • It's Our World - mass participation arts project

    We are very happy to support our partners, The John Muir Trust, with this amazing mass-participation arts project! It’s Our World is a mass participation arts project that aims to create the UK’s largest online collection of artwork celebrating...
  • Become a young advisor for Scottish Natural Heritage and Young Scot!

    Our partners at SNH and YoungScot have an exciting opportunity for 15 young people across Scotland to be involved with advising SNH and Young Scot on caring for the natural environment. Please get in touch directly if you are interested! We are...
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