The Scottish Government is offering this exciting opportunity to be held at Newbattle Abbey College (9-4pm). This event is open and free to all ELC Practitioners (including childminders) and out of school care practitioners who would like to make better use of the outdoors in their practice. For more information [...]
This Outdoor Recreation Network conference, hosted by Scottish Forestry at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh shares current research, good practice and insights from others who are leading the way through innovative approaches. £249 - £275. For more information follow the link.
This 3 day conference aims to bring together the best of outdoor learning and play in school grounds, with a major focus on the UK. Ideal for early years educators, teachers and outdoor educators, you can join for one day or all three days. For programme and booking information, follow [...]
This conference is for practitioners and partners in the fields of creative arts, nature and health. In collaboration with Art in Healthcare, it will explore the relationships between creativity, nature and health. For more information on the day's programme and how to book tickets, open the eventbrite link below.
Play Scotland’s 20th Anniversary takes place at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh. Seminar speakers include: author, Richard Louv; Maree Todd MSP, Minister for Children and Young People; Samuel Williams, Landscape Architect, ARUP; Cath Denholm, Scottish Natural Heritage; Sue Palmer, Upstart Scotland; Marguerite Hunter Blair, CEO, Play Scotland. For booking and [...]
Greenspace Scotland is hosting the #GreenspaceHub, bringing together a range of organisations to showcase Scotland’s wonderful parks and greenspaces, and the activities you can enjoy in them. These include Central Scotland Green Network Trust, Concrete Garden, Fields in Trust, Grow 73, Grow Wild, John Muir Trust, Keep Scotland Beautiful and [...]
Visit this free exhibition at Inverleith House, to view a unique collaborative project between writer Robert Macfarlane and artist Jackie Morris. Taking the form of both an exhibition and a book, The Lost Words celebrates the relationship between language and the living world, and of nature’s power to spark the [...]