Doing the usual Google search picked up this little write up about our visit to Wester Hailes Education Centre and their Geography Department at the end of last year. Read what they had to say here.
The recently published summer edition of Earth Heritage has a brill write up of the Scotland Rocks conference which GeoBus participated in. Lots of other interesting Earth Science pieces too. Be sure to check it out here!
Another mention here on a field trip we ran for the National 4/5 students from Bell Baxter High School. http://www.bbhs-online.co.uk/resources/newsletter/newsletter%2001%20oct%2013
Currently going through the school posts about our visits and found this one about our trip to Dunoon. You have to scroll right to the bottom to find us but we are there! http://www.dunoongrammar.argyll-bute.sch.uk/index.php/news/april-june.html
So on Saturday (18th January) Geobus reached the grand old age of 2 and to celebrate we thought we would tell you a little bit about our birthstone – the mineral Garnet! All garnets have the basic chemical formula X3Y2(SiO4)3 and X is usually calcium, ferrous iron (Fe2+), magnesium or manganese, and Y is aluminium, … Read more
Before the holidays Ruth and Kathryn were out at AGU presenting GeoBus at the Educational part of the conference. Whilst there they made some exciting links with other institutions who could be involved in future projects and collaborations. So watch this space!
Here’s a nice wee write up about our recent visit to Wester Hailes Education Centre for our Renewables Enterprise Activity! http://www.whec.edin.sch.uk/geobus-visit-2013/
Stewarton Academy’s take on our recent volcanic visit to them! https://blogs.glowscotland.org.uk/ea/STEWARTONACADEMYBLOG/2013/09/18/s2-geobus-st-andrews-university/
Really loving the school write ups we keep finding! This time it’s Invergordon Academy with their take on Volcanoes, Climate and Fluvial workshops. http://invergordonacademy.com/2013/10/04/geobus/