In this blog post (3 July 2022), W.I.L.D. celebrates becoming only the 5th Forest School Association recognised provider in Scotland! W.I.L.D. runs Forest School, and outdoor sessions for children and adults of all ages in urban city woodland (Linn Park, in Glasgow). Find out more on the principles of Forest [...]
This Scottish Pollinators post (18 November 2021) describes Green Connectors, a five-year project to create valuable habitat links throughout the city for pollinators (and other wildlife). This will nurture wildflower meadows, hedges and tree planting in a jigsaw of appropriate sites.
Watch this short documentary film by The Lost Woods, telling the story of the creation of the Glasgow Children’s Woodland. This is a legacy project to the COP26 Climate Conference. It’s a heart-warming story about hope and how a local Glasgow group took on an ambitious idea of reaching out [...]
Visit The Lost Woods hub on the Glasgow Science Centre website. Discover lots of great resources for Glasgow’s schools involved in the planned new Glasgow Children’s Woodland. Explore the free teaching resources, lesson and assembly plans to bring nature and the COP26 experience into your learning and teaching.
This Daily Record article (27 July 2021) describes how pupils at St Teresa's Primary school in Glasgow have been learning more about their local area and improving it. This is just the sort of action that is recognised by the Learning for Sustainabilty Awards! Hurry though, nominations close 12th September [...]