This JMA bulletin includes useful articles on character, attainment, inclusion, plus Religious & Moral Education through Outdoor Learning, and more.
Watch this great animation from Architecture & Design Scotland, exploring all the opportunities for learning outdoors. Great for pupils and teachers alike - could your students design their own animation of how they use spaces beyond the school building?
With the current focus on improving attainment, this article by Dr Greg Mannion, University of Stirling, on why children do better when they can get outdoors is still relevant. It refers to international and national research evidence, including that conducted for Scottish Natural Heritage and partners.
As part of Scotland’s Nature Festival, one of the event participants, a teacher from Girvan Primary has created this wonderful lesson plan for her students on bees and pollination - it includes indooor and outdoor elements. This forms part of Scottish Natural Heritage's Nature Festival resources for…
This month it is really all about biodiversity! Scotland's Environment website has a wealth of information and data to help you explore and learn more about our biodiversity.