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Primary

 We have fantastic facilities at the Glencoe Visitor Centre to offer a variety of topics to primary schools.  We can tailor a number of subjects to fit the 5-14 Environmental Studies curriculum, as well as coincidentally falling into other curriculum subjects such as maths and English!

An example of the topics we offer are: Woodlands; Plants – breaking down into photosynthesis, identification, form and function; Animals – breaking down into red deer, hibernation, animal movement; seeds, berries and fruits; new growth/spring; food chains; pond dipping; cultural history; geology.  This list is by no means inclusive!

We can offer an activity at levels A through to F led by our ranger staff or regional education officer, or alternatively your school could visit the visitor centre and look around the exhibition without a ranger guide.

Either way, we’d love to see your school in Glencoe!
 

Practical information

 

Planning your visit

  • Pre-booking is essential (you can do this by emailing us or telephoning 01855 811307)
  • Suggested maximum group size: 35 with a ratio of one teacher/adult to 10 children
  • Cost for school visits – children from schools with NTS Educational Membership (link) £1.  Children from schools without educational membership £2.  Accompanying adults free of charge.
  • We recommend a free preparatory visit from teachers.

During your visit

  • Please note teachers are responsible for discipline
  • On arrival please report to reception desk
  • Picnic facilities: lunches may be eaten in the grounds or in the education room
  • Refreshments: there is a café available at the property
  • Toilets and a shop are also available.
For more information download our education policy

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