Outdoor classroom

14th May 2004 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Outdoor classroom: teachers keen to give the curriculum some fresh air can now do so, thanks to Scottish Natural Heritage. A new pack, Life on the sands, prompts 5-14 work in the sciences, history, art and poetry, using SNH's sandy Tentsmuir and Morton Lochs national nature reserve in north-east Fife. More details can be had from Tom Cunningham, the reserve manager, on 01382 553704

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