This Education Scotland webinar is for Community Learning and Development (CLD) practitioners or educators. The focus of this event is on resources for green recovery, learning outdoors and health activities in the outdoors. Find out about environmental volunteering and the John Muir Award. Explore how nature, health and wellbeing and [...]
Join this Creative Conversation with Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. This online event is aimed at practitioners and staff across all sectors who are involved in supporting children and families. The event takes place Thursday 28th October 2021 16:00 – 17:00 Follow the link for further information and booking.
This 2 hour course offered by John Muir Trust and Outdoor and Woodland Learning Scotland will run from 4pm - 6pm. It will introduce and explore what is meant by ‘STEM By Nature’ and how Trees, Woods and Forests can offer a rich source of information, resources and activities in [...]
This Education Scotland webinar is taking place on 28 October at 3.30pm. Participants will hear from a range of practitioners on how children and young people with additional support needs experience outdoor learning. The webinar will include a focus on outdoor learning within primary and secondary schools and settings which [...]
This professional learning programme, funded by Education Scotland, is free of charge for schools and participating establishments within the Tayside and Fife, and aims to build STEM skills through the use of nature settings and outdoor learning methodologies. Practitioners (primary, secondary, ASN and CLD) will commit 10 hours of participation [...]
Series of training courses aimed at all those involved in outdoor environmental education and conservation, at a range of locations across the Grampian area. Download the full programme and booking details via the link below.
Scottish Forestry has developed a Forest Kindergarten programme (SQA level 7) which enables participants to set up regular Forest Kindergarten sessions in a nearby woodland area and embed Forest Kindergarten in their Pre-Birth to Three, and Curriculum for Excellence practice. This is available to book (£125) from Mearns After-School Care [...]
Scottish Forestry has developed a Forest Kindergarten programme (SQA level 7) which enables participants to set up regular Forest Kindergarten sessions in a nearby woodland area and embed Forest Kindergarten in their Pre-Birth to Three, and Curriculum for Excellence practice. This is available to book from Family and Community development [...]