These Adaptation Scotland resources help students to think about their place and different environments, climate change impacts, aspects of their place and how they might improve it, plus consider their own place in the context of a changing climate. These resources could support place based learning outdoors.
Scotland’s national youth biodiversity panel, ReRoute has carried out a new survey of young people in Scotland. This has revealed that nearly three quarters (74 per cent) enjoy spending time in nature and that one in nine (87 per cent) agree we need to protect the natural environment. Find out…
ReRoute is a partnership between Young Scot (Scotland’s youth information and citizenship charity) and SNH. This blog post gives an update on Reroute’s progress so far, and describes their big plans for the future.
SNH publications series about Gaelic placenames in selected areas of NW Scotland and the islands, to show the links between nature and culture through Gaelic. These are published as printed booklets, and available online as pdfs.
This resource combines geography and history and helps children and young people to make connections with their local environment. There are learner journeys for early to fourth level.This is aimed at practitioners working with children across the broad general education years, from early to fourth levels