Resources

Find updates on play, learning, and the environment, from across the wider network in Scotland – and beyond.

17thMay 2022

Green employability for young people in Scotland

My Climate Path provides a wide range of opportunities for young people to demonstrate the legacy that COP26 will bring them and their future careers in green and circular roles across all industries. Check out the opportunities listed under My Climate Path initiatives. This includes Wee Forest programmes supported by NatureScot.

17thMay 2022

Designing places for people who live there (with nature)

The Guardian online has shared this graphic novel-style article on urban nature (28 March 2022).  This might be useful to share with young people on how we should design cities for people who live there. This can help with resilience in the face of climate change, community needs, and how [...]

17thMay 2022

STEM Nation Award Launch, resources and training

This STEM Nation blog page shares information and resources including information on the STEM Nation Award programme for 22/23, professional learning opportunities, resources and more. This includes an interactive STEM Resources directory .

17thMay 2022

B-lines Scotland – is there a B-line near you?

Buglife have created over 50 pollinator hotspots along the B-lines route, and more are planned. Check out the activity going on in Scotland. Is there anything happening near you? Look at the B-lines map to see where more needs doing. This article in The Conversation (12 May 2022), explores ‘Bee [...]

17thMay 2022

The Children’s Parliament – Climate Changemakers impact report

The Children’s Parliament have announced the release of their Climate Changemakers impact report  (March 2022).  This report captures the journey from their work from October 2020 to February 2022.  Reflecting on experiences, this report highlights the process, learnings, reflections and impact so far, as well as recommendations for the future [...]

17thMay 2022

Baltic Street Adventure Playground

Check out this case study of Baltic Street Adventure Playground on the Our Place website. It’s a great example of child led play and an urban play setting in Glasgow.