Do you know a young, budding artist? The Educational Institute of Scotland (EIS) are hosting a vibrant online exhibition on climate-related issues and are keen to see pupils’ artwork on this theme. Pupils of all ages and abilities are eligible to enter. Applications close 27 October.
Let it Grow invites music makers from all walks of life to join a growing international call for radical action on climate change. 'Enough is Enough’ was composed to invite choirs, community ensembles, musicians, schools and anyone else to add their voice. Listen and watch what has been created already!
Education Scotland have created the Countdown to COP Challenge – Nature. This is a creativity and design project that looks for innovative ideas and solutions for issues that we face relating to climate change. Work together as a team to find solutions, and share these before the end of October.
The following free Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are available for a limited time. They will also be of particular interest to those involved in formal and informal sustainability education, with specific activities and resources for teachers/facilitators. ‘Learning for a Sustainable Future’ begins on 4th October and runs for five weeks. It will also run [...]
The United Nations COP26 Climate Summit starts on 01 Nov 2021. Education Scotland has been working with key partner organisations to provide support and resources to help education settings and learners engage in the five key climate education themes of the COP26 Conference: nature, clean transport, energy transition, finance, adaptation [...]
The Learning for Sustainability (LfS) Awards have been launched to recognise the commitment, professionalism and leadership that underpins the success of LfS in Scotland. Nominations are due by 12 September 2021, in time for the United Nations COP26 Climate Summit.
Do you want to be involved in Play Scotland’s Moths to a Flame workshop? This aims to help children across Scotland engage in the COP26 conference. The workshop involves setting up a moth trap, identifying moths, and creating recycled art of moths to be displayed at the Glasgow Botanic Gardens [...]