Play Scotland Training – Children, Play & Place: Meaningful engagement with children & young people Wednesday 14 September 2022
Play Scotland and A Place in Childhood offer introductory training on engaging children and young people on their local place. This online training takes place Wednesday 14 September 2022 09:30 – 12:30 (£45).
‘In Local Authorities up and down the land, the very way public greenspace is viewed is under serious examination….to tackle head on the twin threats of biodiversity loss and climate change.’ This post in Scottish Pollinators (18 April 2022) describes the changing face of greenspace management with examples from Perth [...]
Play Well Podcast – Partnership Working
In this Play Well series episode 8, Play Scotland explores partnership working to plan for play at local authority level. Listen as Play Scotland’s Head of Projects, Cherie Morgan, catches up with Audrey White from Dundee City council. Audrey is the Education Support Officer for the Children and Families Service, [...]
Local authority guidance to nurture young people though contact with nature
This briefing note for COSLA sets out key features and principles for Nature-based Solutions (NbS). It shows how these approaches contribute to a number of key Local Government priorities. Have a look at the prominent section on learning and play outdoors in nature. There are also useful summary references to [...]