The Circular Economy – a lesson
This one hour lesson by the Economist gives a useful introduction to the idea of circular economies and why they’re important for sustainability. This is a secondary level resource. You need to create an account or log in to access this resources. A ‘circular economy’ is one in which products continue [...]
World Environment Day 5 June 2023 – how is your learning for sustainability practice?
Education Scotland is encouraging educators to mark World Environment Day by taking a look at their Learning for Sustainability self-evaluation framework. Closely aligned to 'How Good is Our School 4', it is designed to help schools look inwards, outwards and forwards - a key approach to self-evaluation. It focuses on [...]
The Regenerators – Green Themes Explained on BBC Bitesize
BBC Bitesize shares handy videos to help explain the conversation and language used around climate change and the environment.
Learning About Forests (LEAF) – using nature as a classroom
Check out the LEAF learning programme delivered by this Keep Scotland Beautiful under Climate Action Schools. The skills and knowledge can be acquired and applied in any natural environment. Anyone can take part in LEAF, no matter where they live. If you would join LEAF in August 2023, there is [...]
Dirt is good! Sustainability resources for your school.
The Dirt Is Good Schools Programme empowers students aged 7-14 to unite in compassion and take action on the social and environmental causes they care about, whilst working towards the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. Find case studies, many involving outdoor improvements in school grounds. Register online to access resources to [...]
Have your pupils explored Greenopolis yet?
Greenopolis is a new learning platform developed by teachers, researchers, schools. The digital educational platform features activities and exercises on urban development, climate challenges, and nature-based solutions. This would be a great resource to reinforce real world learning outdoors.
Learning for Sustainability Scotland Members’ AGM and Networking Event 11th January 2023
Join the LfSS event online for 'Transformational Change through Learning' to discover more about LfSS activity over the past year and plans for 2023. We'll have the chance to share and network with one another, as well as hear from some fantastic organisations who are weaving Learning for Sustainability across [...]
Learning for Sustainability & the National Discussion on Education 7th November 2022, 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
What are the most important priorities for a future education system? Join Learning for Sustainability Scotland and Professor Alma Harris, co-facilitator of the National Discussion, for this opportunity to hear more about, discuss and feed into one of the most important discussions on the direction of Scottish education in recent [...]