The manifold activities at the Brunello laboratory offer an excellent incentive for secondary schools. Classes can book a guided tour or lectures by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and, starting from next spring, there will be the possibility to attend a class with videos and images on baleen whales, the evolution of the territory of Tuscany, characteristics of Brunella and restoration and study activities of the specimen. Furthermore, there are laboratories on paleontological restoration in general terms and on the representation of fossils (the latter is a laboratory particularly designed for art colleges and technical institutes).
The restoration site is also set up for the development of “School Work Internship” projects as it can provide interesting study opportunities for students from different schools. It is possible to study scientific communication techniques in English, develop hypertexts and websites, manage tourist flows, educational activities, excavation techniques and paleontological restoration etc.