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 to share their learning.  As Fins in Schools unfolds we are delighted to see so much work that has been inspired by the project! Here are just a few examples: 

Multilingual pupils produced Fish in Schools information leaflets in English and their first language (St Vincent’s Primary, Glasgow)

Hatchery monitoring data displayed in graphs (St Martha’s, Glasgow)

Brown trout life cycle display (St Benedict’s, Easterhouse)

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