Check out these blog posts by Learning for Sustainability Scotland, for some great case studies, including outdoor learning examples, from Scottish schools.
This Butterfly Conservation education campaign is now in the central belt of Scotland. Working with schools and pupils (P3-P5 classes), the Munching Caterpillars Scotland Project Officer will visit each school 4 times, delivering a series of Curriculum for Excellence linked workshops over the course of the year.
Young Reporters Scotland encourages young people to share their voice on sustainability subjects through film, writing and photography. Keep Scotland Beautiful share Scottish school entries here.
Learning Through Landscapes is organising the International School Grounds Alliance (ISGA) conference (23-25th September 2020) in Stirling, and welcomes expressions of interest in being involved.
Children in Nature Network news (5th July 2019) reports a Swansea University study which found that as little as an hour a week of outdoor learning has tremendous benefits for children and also boosts teachers' job satisfaction. Provided with permission from the Children & Nature Network.