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Curriculum for Excellence First Level

Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park’s activities are tailored to meet the experiences and outcomes of all levels across many areas of the Curriculum for Excellence.

First Level: P2 to P4

Nature Walks

Science, social studies, health and well being

Join the Rangers on a walk where the pupils can learn about biodiversity within the wood, pond or river. Through mini-beast hunting, pond or river dipping your class will use keys and different sampling techniques to carry out basic surveys.


Habitat Homes

Science, social studies

Learn about the lives of our native animals and build a variety of animal homes to be used in your school grounds.


Talks & Craft Activities

Expressive arts, science, social studies, health and well being

The Rangers can give talks on a wide range of topics: animals, habitats, seasons, food chains, history of the Park, the environment or a topic you are covering in class. We can also bring along small craft activities that match the chosen topic.


Eco Gardens / School Grounds

Expressive arts, science, social studies, health and well being

Improve your school ground’s biodiversity by creating wildflower areas, willow structures and enhancing habitats for wildlife. Pupils can take an active role in planning and maintenance of the improvements.


To make a booking or to discuss any outdoor learning activities for your class please contact the Countryside Rangers:

Or for Inverclyde schools

Tel: 01505 842 882 / 01475 521 458

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