Secondary school visits
Bring learning to life with a visit to Glenlivet Estate. Outdoor learning is enjoyable, creative, challenging and adventurous – helping children to get closer to nature and grow as individuals.
Our ranger service team are experienced in using outdoor learning to deliver a curriculum based learning activities across a range of levels, enabling secondary school students to make the most of the facilities and opportunities we have to offer.
See below for a list of our most popular secondary school activities.
Learn more about the forestry process - from tree to timber
Visits can be arranged to either a traditional sheep and cattle farm, or the rare breeds farm - home to the Cairngorm reindeer herd
Ecology field work
Learn how to carry out a range of different survey methods
The secrets of Estate Management
Explore how a traditional estate balances conservation, tourism and recreation with farming, forestry and game management
Go back in time
Historical and archaeological site visits
Take on a range of practical conservation work opportunities
These are just suggestions! We are happy to work with teachers to develop specific programmes to suit your particular needs.
Health & Safety
A countryside visit provides many excellent opportunities for students. Although there are some potential hazards in the outdoors these are generally very small and should not detract from the enjoyment of a visit. All of our activities are risk assessed and we encourage students to be a part of the risk management process, identifying hazards and appropriate behaviour as a group before an activity commences.
The Crown Estate holds third party insurance to cover visitors to Glenlivet Estate and every member of staff is First Aid trained. Please note that Rangers are there to lead the activities and teachers/leaders need to be responsible for the supervision and discipline of the group at all times.
Every season brings new reasons to visit Glenlivet Estate.
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