Could you spot a grampy pig? Schools could soon offer natural history GCSE

Could you spot a grampy pig? Schools could soon offer natural history GCSE

Course would aim to instil love of wildlife in teens and inspire them to protect it. Plus: test your knowledge with our quiz

What is the difference between a weasel and a stoat? Can you name five native UK woodland flowers? What birds are considered lowland heathland specialists? Teenagers could be challenged on these questions as part of a natural history GCSE, which could be announced in the coming weeks.

If plans go ahead, it would be the first GCSE to be introduced since a reformed computer science qualification in 2014. The 21st century is creating a lot of work for technology geeks and nature enthusiasts alike, and schools need to create a generation of youngsters who will be up to the challenge, argues producer and nature writer Mary Colwell.

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