Read this blog post by Martin Smith (July 31, 2018) on the Every Child Should website, and find useful references from the evidence base.
This draft (June 2018) document from the Institute of Outdoor Learning (IOL) describes a progression of outcomes, opportunities and experiences, which could be useful when planning learning outdoors. The aim for IOL is to encourage debate, seek support providers of outdoor learning and influence UK government through the…
This short film published by Scottish Natural Heritage (23 Aug 2018) explains the importance of Scotland's pollinating insects, some of the issues they face and what we can do to help.
Child in the City report (30-07-2018) on Chief Executive of Play Scotland, Marguerite Hunter Blair and the Getting it Right for Play programme, designed to develop high-level national play policy initiatives that should greatly benefit Scotland’s communities by ensuring the child’s ‘right to play’.
This article on National Playday by Andrew Sharkey in The Scotsman (1st August 2018) outlines the benefits of outdoor play, learning and Scouting in Scotland