In this article in Scotland’s Nature (August 23, 2022), Halima Hussein describes an outdoor adventure group that allows a space for Scottish Muslim girls and women to get out of their comfort zone and challenge themselves in the outdoors. Have a look and see what the Sole Sisters get up [...]
This article in Scotland’s Nature ( August 17, 2022) describes a project which is encouraging people from diverse ethnic and social backgrounds to discover and enjoy the benefits of local woodlands and green spaces.
RSPB have supported the development of a Biosecurity Schools Resource Pack. This includes biosecurity education modules which have been designed BY school pupils FOR school pupils. These include some outdoor activities.
This Child in the City article (28-03-2022) shares research which explores barriers preventing some children being physically active at break times. Children are also facing a reduction in the amount of time outside provided by schools, as well as exercise outside school hours.
You’ll find all five Biodiversity actions here, that you can do over the ten days from the 20th to 30th of April! Teachers, parents, and guardians are encouraged to take part in the activities together with younger children.
East Ayrshire’s LOST Issue 46 (April, 2022) shares suggestions for outdoor experiences for those pupils unable to take part in residentials. For example, Loch Down Lodge provides suggestions for outdoor adventure activities that can be done in school grounds or further afield. This issue also shares useful resources from partner [...]
The Eco-Schools Newsletter (April 2022) included a litter activity on ‘natural’ and ‘biodegradable’ materials. Investigate how long materials take to decompose with this simple experiment. Check out their Live Lessons programme including forthcoming ones on biodiversity (May) and water (June).