Aged 11 – 21 years old and care about the environment?


Keep Scotland Beautiful (KSB) has announced Young Reporters Scotland – a programme which encourages 11-21 year olds to investigate and report on the environmental and sustainability issues which matter to them. Look out for ‘report of the month’ on the KSB website and Young Scot’s website. Follow the…

Read More Published: 20.07.17

Polli-Nation survey results out!


The Polli:Nation survey is a large-scale national survey that aims to provide answers to important research questions about the health and status of pollinating insects across the UK. Here, OPAL shares 8 things learned from the first year of the Polli:Nation survey. Plus there’s an opportunity to play…

Read More Published: 19.07.17

Cathy Bache - The Secret Garden Outdoor Nursery


Creative STAR Learning Company's July Outdoor Learning & Play News e-newsletter, reported the sad news of the death of Cathy Bache on Sunday 9th July. “She was a remarkable woman who established the first outdoor kindergarten in Scotland. More than this, she demonstrated that outdoor provision could and…

Read More Published: 19.07.17

Grounds for Learning June 2017 newsletter with lesson ideas outdoors

Resources Grants

This GfL news e-bulletin provides simple, short ideas for Literacy, Numeracy and Science lesson ideas outdoors, linked to CfE E&O's. There is also an item on funding opportunities.

Read More Published: 19.07.17

New look for SEweb!


Scotland’s Environment website has been revamped and re-launched as a test version. It includes educational resources for teachers and pupils, exploring all aspects of Scotland’s environment.

Read More Published: 13.07.17

Scotland’s Outdoor Learning Directory aims to provide a portal to services supporting outdoor learning which are provided by these Scottish organisations.

Forestry Commission Scotland Scottish Natural Heritage Lomond & Trossachs NP Natural Scotland Cairngorms National Park Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh SEPA Education Scotland Historic Environment Scotland