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BBC Wildlife Magazine Schools' Digital Wildlife Award

The BBC Wildlife Schools’ Digital Wildlife Award will celebrate schools and teachers that are finding exciting ways to bring wildlife into the classroom

Spencer Waldron

on 27 July 2015

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Transcript of BBC Wildlife Magazine Schools' Digital Wildlife Award

Why do this?

To help kids connect with nature and deepen their knowledge of the wildlife around them

By showing our readers your wildlife areas, nature tables, nest-boxes and camera traps we hope you will inspire many more schools to do the same
What's in it for the schools?

Your efforts will be published in our magazine and website. Category winners will also win subscriptions to BBC Wildlife Magazine
Or even videos of nature in your playgrounds...
How do we take part?

Send us your story in a short 3-minute video or in a short Prezi like this one where you can add video and images.
An experiment to show how schools from all over the UK are bringing wildlife into the classroom
What is it?

Take Photos
of Wildlife
near you
Bringing Wildlife
into the classroom
click on the video
What are you waiting for?
Email BBC Wildlife editor

for full details using the subject line
“Wild Schools”

What do I do next?
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