This post in Scotland’s Nature (19 May 2022) explores the impact of NatureScot’s Learning in Local Greenspace project on the health and wellbeing of those that took part. Watch and listen to a short video at the end which shares their voices.
This Child in The City article (02-02-2022) considers socio-economic and demographic inequalities in access to green and blue spaces in European cities. It also includes examples of green spaces that were designed to meet the needs of vulnerable and disadvantaged social groups. The needs of children and young people are [...]
Learning Through Landscapes (LtL) offers this training scheme to accredit professionals in school grounds development, outdoor learning and play. The next Professional Accreditation training takes place in Stirling on 11th and 12th January 2022.
Education Scotland is asking every school and setting to build a lasting legacy for the COP26 conference by ensuring that all learners in Scotland receive their entitlement to Learning for Sustainability, an entitlement that is embedded within Scotland’s curriculum. Find out about the wide range of resources and professional learning [...]
STV news (17 September 2021) shares how first year teaching student are gaining skills in delivering with outdoor lessons, at Queen Margaret University’s new outdoor learning hub. The university is revising the way it teaches life lessons and is looking to impart the skills it takes to teach outside.
Don’t forget about this FREE course for anyone who has a role in supporting the delivery of curricular based outdoor learning. The course is funded by Scottish Government, and developed by the Scottish Association of Providers of Outdoor Education (SAPOE) training team.