RSPB Wild Challenge Award is available at three levels (Bronze, Silver and Gold) to help young people learn and act for nature. Check out this great video from Duddingston primary school. This shows how they took part, and created wildlife habitats in their school grounds.
Aged 16 – 25? Intrigued and fascinated by the natural world? Thinking of pursuing an environmental career but don’t know where to start? The Field Studies Council have announced that their Young Darwin Scholarship is returning for its 10th year! Offering a five-day experience immersed in the outdoors plus ongoing [...]
This new collaborative resource helps practitioners navigate and connect diverse nature-based award opportunities available in Scotland. It demonstrates how nature-based awards contribute to national agendas such as building skills for life, learning and work, and inspiring people about the benefits of wild places and nature connection in tackling the climate [...]
Grow Wild has grants of £500 to give to UK based 14-25 year-olds. Do you have bright ideas about how to celebrate and share why UK native plants and/or fungi are so special? If so follow this link to find out more and apply. Do you know someone who would [...]
This residential Field Studies Centre (FSC) course offers young people the chance to gain the knowledge and skills to take climate action back to their communities, talk more confidently on the issues and to make a positive and long-lasting impact. This residential is designed for Higher and Advanced Higher / [...]
Rebecca Logsdon, Scotland Education Manager for the John Muir Award, reflects on a nearly 40 per cent increase in John Muir Award activity in schools compared to last academic year. Read more in this John Muir Trust news post (25 October 2021).
The Green Gown Awards aim to inspire and empower young people to visualise a better sustainable future. UK & Ireland’s virtual Awards Ceremony celebrated the inspirational work and projects of 90 finalists in 14 different categories. This year’s Finalists represented over 862,000 students and 156,000 staff. These include some notable [...]