This Child in the City article (10 October 2017) reports on a study from Norway which has found associations between the extent of children’s outdoor play and their ability to make progress in school.
See this Learning Away opportunity (posted 28th November 2017) offering some free e-learning INSET about Brilliant Residentials in January and February 2018, to pilot an exciting new suite of CPD materials in January.
A PASTFORWARD-project animation to highlight the importance of forest understorey vegetation and how this layer may be impacted by global changes.
This IUCN resource, published in 2017, provides information, and learning pathways and ideas for activities for different age groups across themes of: Nature conservation, Climate change, Water, Oceans, Forests, Gender, Species, Protected Areas, to complement and enhance existing school curricula, and Learning for Sustainability.
This great article written by 2 pupils for Plantlife Scotland, describes how Fintry and Buchlyvie Primary 7 classes surveyed different types of mosses, lichens and trees to identify what makes a Celtic Rainforest and achieve their John Muir Celtic Rainforest Discovery Award.