RHS is looking for volunteers from the horticultural industry (Glasgow and Edinburgh areas) to mentor small teams of 12-14 year old students through the Green Plan It challenge. Find out more and apply to be a Green Plan It mentor here.
This blog post on August 14, 2019 by Scottish Natural Heritage describes how 10 pupils with additional support needs (ASN) took part in the Snapberry project at Taynish National Nature Reserve, with great results, including remarkable responses from the children in nature.
Have a look at this free to download Buglife education pack.
A great success story from Friockheim Primary School’s Action Team for Partnership (ATP) made up of parents and teachers, and shared by Connect (Scottish Parent teacher council). The goals were to improve transition in the Early Years by developing a shared outdoor learning space and develop the school…
A useful summary (25th February 2019) from Connect (Scottish Parent Teacher Council) about the six Regional Improvement Collaboratives (RICs) formed from Scotland’s 32 local authorities (councils), with the purpose of improving education and closing the poverty-related attainment gap in the schools in their areas.