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Understanding and Managing Challenging Behaviour Level 5

We have an accredited one day training course called ‘Understanding and Managing Challenging Behaviour Level 5’ on Wednesday 20th July from 09:30 – 16:30. The course is being run by Developing Youth Practice. Course participants will receive a little pre course paperwork, a workbook and a practice guide and toolkit. Please find full details about the training can … Continued

11 Jul 2016 |

Learning Through Nature in Minority Communities

Wild things! is a Scottish charity based in Moray which seeks to overcome educational, social or economic disadvantages through contact with the natural world. Our education programmes and accredited courses have evolved over the past 14 years and to benefit over 13,000 students and carry out essential conservation work, protecting a variety of habitats in … Continued

27 May 2016 |
Coastal Classroom Moray Beach School Highlands

Fun in the Sun at Coastal Classroom

What a glorious week of sunshine we have had up here on the Moray coast. We have been out with our Coastal Classroom groups exploring rock pools and the incredible biodiversity to be found on our local seashore. Who would want to learn inside in a school classroom on days like these?! If you want … Continued

12 May 2016 |

Patron's note



We are very fortunate to have Gordon Buchanan, Wildlife Filmaker of over twenty years, as our Patron.

“The work that Jennie and her team do to encourage people from all backgrounds and abilities to get outside, learn about, experience the great outdoors is really inspiring and I look forward to working with them to support this extremely valuable work.”

Gordon Buchanan