Category: Fish in Schools

Fish in Schools Competition Winner

We received lots of amazing and inspiring entries for the Fish in Schools competition and invite you to check them all out below. During Fish in Schools, pupils learned about their local rivers and some of the challenges they face more »

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Fish in Schools Competition

The Fish in Schools competition is now open! Details have been emailed out to all our project contacts and there is  a copy of the flyer below. Please take care to upload your entries by following the instructions provided. We can’t wait to more »

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From Fish in Schools to fish in rivers!

After weeks of dedication and meticulous hatchery care, our Fish in Schools participants are saying farewell to brown trout they have raised from eggs to fry. Over the project pupils have learned about brown trout life cycles, ecology and protecting more »

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Community take action with Fish in Schools river clean-up

Pupils, parents and staff at St Vincent’s Primary joined forces to improve their neighbourhood with a clean-up of the Auldhouse Burn ahead of the Fish in Schools fish release day. The burn, which runs directly under the school and through more »

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Fish in Schools pupils share their learning

We’ve had a great time visiting our Fish in Schools classes each week as they raise their brown trout. Our visiting scientist sessions provide an opportunity for questions and discussion of topics ranging from fish biology to environmental stewardship, and allows children more »

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Welcome to Fish in Schools!

Delighted to say that Fish in Schools got off to a flying start with the launch event at Glasgow Science Centre. Some schools have already received their hatcheries and are experimenting with temperature control. More updates to follow and be sure more »

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