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Butterfly Conservation Scotland

Butterfly Conservation Scotland

Re-connnecting your learners with nature, butterflies and moths

Join Butterfly Conservation for this free 1 hour webinar aimed at Early Years, Primary and Eco-lead teachers to help encourage butterflies and moths back to your school grounds; in turn creating cross-curricular learning opportunities for your pupils whilst connecting with nature, fostering respect and well-being. These activities can also help towards an Eco-School Green Flag application.

Aims: Teachers will gain a greater knowledge of butterflies, moths and their lifecycles; skills and confidence to plan and lead outdoor planting projects and associated curriculum-linked activities with your learners and contribute to creating a wildlife haven in your school.

Content: The webinar will cover a background introduction to butterflies, moths and their ecology; practical ways to plan and carry out planting for butterflies and moths in your school grounds; information on curriculum-linked activities and resources; citizen science and recording butterflies.

Attend Live: Opportunity for live Q&A and free resource pack. 

Time:  Tuesday 16th June 4-5pm   and    Wednesday 17th June 4-5pm

Sign up: Please sign up by emailing pphillpot@butterfly-conservation.org  giving your preference of the dates above. The webinar will use the Microsoft Teams platform.

 

First come first served: Each webinar has a maximum of 20 participants per session.

 

For more information:

https://butterfly-conservation.org/our-work/education/munching-caterpillars-scotland