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Five Ways to Wellbeing

Health_Wellbeing Any_Age SNH

This document, available to download from the John Muir Trust website, outlines the 'Five Ways to Wellbeing', developed by The Centre for Wellbeing at the New Economics Foundation. It illustrates how schools, mental health support groups, and outdoor centres have used the John Muir Award to help promote these themes.

View N/A Created by SNH | Published: 29.06.17

Outdoor & Woodland Learning Scotland June 2017 Bulletin

Interdisciplinary Any_Age FCS

Latest OWL Scotland news on resources, events and more.

View PDF (434.0 KB) Created by FCS | Published: 27.06.17

Avoiding bugs and germs outdoors

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This NHS resource offers simple precautions to help you avoid most bugs and germs, including ticks, whilst enjoying Scotland's outdoors.

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Check for ticks

Health_Wellbeing Any_Age FCS

This Forestry Commission Information webpage provides clear advice on how to identify ticks and how to remove them quickly. A simple diagram shows key points on the body to check, helpful for all including groups working outdoors with children.

View Other Created by FCS | Published: 22.06.17

The new Cairngorms National Park Partnership Plan (2017-2022)

Interdisciplinary Any_Age CNP

The natural heritage of the Cairngorms creates ‘outstanding opportunities for outdoor learning’. In the plan, Priority Project 6 (pp. 38-41) describes opportunities for Learning and Inclusion. This identifies opportunities to expand outdoor learning to the wider community, sustain and expand programmes like the John Muir Award and Junior Ranger Programmes,…

View Other Created by CNP | Published: 20.04.17

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