Secondary education workshops
Breaking news - seabirds in crisis
Climate change is considered to be the greatest threat to the global environment, but what impacts will it have?
Your job is to investigate the plight of the Scottish seabirds, then prepare and film a news report. The news reports will be uploaded on to the Scottish Seabird Centre’s Pod4Schools website so that the students, fellow pupils, teachers and parents can watch at school or at home.
Breaking news: seabirds in crisis - experiences & outcomes
Fossil fuels are running out, but what are the alternatives? Using the Discovery Centre
and provided information packs, research, discuss and debate the advantages and disadvantages of a range of energy sources. Can the class agree on the best option for a more sustainable Scotland?
CSI Seabird - wildlife crime
A crime has been committed - or has it? Take on the role of detective for the day and investigate the scene of a wildlife crime by undertaking a series of forensic experiments to try and identify the culprit.
I gannet believe it - food chains, webs and adaptation
Learn about conservation and the importance of responsible citizenship in caring for our natural world. Take part in the adaptation game and act out gannet behaviours using puppets. Explore the Centre on the discovery hunt and take part in our interactive quiz.