The John Muir Trust’s latest Wild Inside e-newsletter (issue 54) has shared this lovely animation from Fire Lily Studio, to inspire you to get wildflowers growing in your world. Keep in touch with regular John Muir Trust news updates by signing up for our monthly eNewsletter.
In this JMA case study (published 10 November 2022), find out how Blairvadach Outdoor Education Centre at Pinkston Basin uses the John Muir Award as its main engagement tool to connect Glasgow pupils with nature in the inner city.
Join this John Muir Trust webinar exploring how wild places and the John Muir Award can benefit learning and educational priorities in Scotland, and key resources that can help. Aimed at teachers, youth workers and any practitioners supporting young people’s learning in Scotland, this session will introduce two resources designed [...]
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 [...]
The John Muir Trust’s latest Wild Inside (Issue 47) newsletter shares Mark Piasecki's Haven. This short but powerful film highlights how the Scottish Highlands helped his mental health journey. Check out the John Muir Trust’s Wild and Well campaign which celebrates the invaluable connection between wild places and people's health.
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 John Muir Trust have shared this sway created by Hurlford Primary school in East Ayrshire. Check out some simple and effective ways the primary pupils have used their school grounds and wild places to meet their curriculum.