12thJanuary 2022

Children and young people’s views sought for open space and play consultation

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Play Scotland are seeking your views on the consultation for Open Space Strategies and Play Sufficiency Assessments Regulations, particularly if you work with children and young people. Alongside the online consultation, tailored consultation packs suitable for children and young people are available on request.  Children and young people can also [...]

3rdNovember 2021

Young outdoor photographers – winners announced!

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Check out the great range of outdoor images taken by the participants and winners of The Scottish Civic Trust My Place Photography Competition 2021. Young people have taken creative shots of rising waters, renewable energy solutions, rain damage, effects of rising temperatures and more. Learn more about the 2022 competition here. [...]

26thOctober 2021

‘This Must be the Place’ Learning Resource Pack

26.10.21|Categories: Resources|Tags: , , , , , |

This new pack of resources aims to help children and young people to imagine a sustainable future for Scotland. It has been developed by YoungScot in partnership with Nesta. The activities are linked strongly to Learning for Sustainability, and the curriculum (Early to Fourth level). The pack would work well [...]

4thAugust 2021

The benefits of intergenerational learning

04.08.21|Categories: Miscellaneous, Research|Tags: , , |

This article in Elm Magazine by Anna Pöysä (16 March 2021) reflects on the advantages of intergenerational learning, and the work on this subject by Greg Mannion, University of Stirling. This includes opportunities to reshape city spaces, and considerations of climate change and sustainability.