PUPILS at Law Primary School have helped produce a video about the Scottish Seabird Centre.

A primary one class from the school worked with photographer Barrie Williams to make the short film, which aims to give other schools an idea what they can experience during a visit to the North Berwick centre.

The video, which is one minute 45 seconds long, shows a range of workshops linked to Curriculum for Excellence and organised by the centre’s education officer Andrew Grieveson, who is a qualified science teacher.

Amanda-Jane Thomson, a teacger at Law Primary, said the centre was an “excellent resource” for schools.

She added: “We work with them so often that we were delighted to help with this project and the kids loved it, which comes across in the video.

“We hope this encourages other schools to make the trip to the centre.

“With the links to the curriculum and the excellent team, we would highly recommend it.”

Mr Grieveson added: “We offer a whole host of different workshops, with indoor and outdoor options available – we will encourage as many schools as possible to get out onto the beaches to learn from our amazing marine environment.

“We’ve had children visit who have never been to the beach before and it is often these children that thrive in this setting the most, which is fantastic to see.”

He thanked the Law Primary youngsters for their help making the video – to watch it, visit youtube.com/watch?v=zDTWC43a6iw