Early

14thOctober 2021

Risky Play matters

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School Outdoor Learning have shared this article (6 October 2021) about group of daycare centres in Australia which have adapted their setting and practice. They aim..."to increase children's exposure to risk. It involves letting children experiment and push themselves without knowing the exact outcome and without adult intervention." There have [...]

13thOctober 2021

Newly designed outdoor learning resources from LTL!

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Learning Through Landscapes have launched their first set of newly designed resources for outdoor learning, covering a range of different subjects and school phases. There will be more to come in future weeks and months. These resources are sorted into 4 categories: Early years, Primary, Secondary, and Play activities for [...]

23rdSeptember 2021

STEM through the eyes of a child

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This example of practice demonstrates the rich STEM learning opportunities on offer at Sunflower Family Nurture Centre for children, families and the wider community. It shows how children experience STEM and how it is woven through the environment for learning, planned experiences, family learning and parenting programmes.

23rdSeptember 2021

Early Learning and Childcare (ELC) Inclusion Fund

23.09.21|Categories: Funding|Tags: , , |

Applications for the next round of the Fund are now open. The ELC Inclusion Fund provides funding to ELC settings to support children with additional support needs (ASN) in Scotland access their funded ELC entitlement. It funds staff working in ELC settings to receive appropriate training and fund resources, equipment [...]

4thAugust 2021

Forest Kindergarten Course

04.08.21|Categories: Training|Tags: , , , |

Book here for Forest Kindergarten Training, delivered by Learning Through Landscapes, taking place in October 2021, in Stirling. Candidates will be equipped with all the knowledge and processes they need to be able to deliver Forest Kindergarten sessions within their own setting.