We spoke to more than 317,000 children in 2014 through our Prevention through Eduation programme
The Scottish SPCA's hugely popular free Prevention through Education programme is available to book.
"Great visit. The children thoroughly enjoyed all aspects. Good balance of activities. Sinclairtown Primary School, Fife.
Our groundbreaking programme fits into the four capacities of the Curriculum for Excellence, most notably helping children develop into responsible citizens within their communities.
Read more in our Curriculum Links document.
Our programme is principally aimed at primaries 4-7, though we will be able to visit your primary school and talk to children of all ages.
Since 2010 there has been a 112% increase in children reporting animals in danger and a 21% reduction in children reported as being involved in cruelty to animals.
Book a visit and we will come along free of charge, with interactive talks and demonstrations by our inspectors, animal rescue officers and education officers which encourage children to treat animals with compassion and respect.
To book, call us on 03000 999 999 (option 5) or complete our online form.
A very informative presentation. Good links with Curriculum for Excellence. Cannich Bridge Primary School, Highlands
Find out more about our programme in our Prevention through Education booklet.
You can find us on Glow. Schools can join our group, watch video clips and download resources. Pupils can also upload their pictures and feedback.
Download our Pre-school Active Learning About Animals booklet.
Have we visited your school? If so please take a moment to complete our feedback form.