This Climate Exchange report (Heriot Watt University and the James Hutton Institute, September 2022) provides evidence to support the development of integrated policy interventions to increase sustainable travel among Scotland’s children and young people. Its recommendations include that inclusive infrastructure which delivers a transport network that promotes independent movement from [...]
OWL Scotland are pleased to announce that tickets are now available to purchase for the action packed National Networking Weekend! Workshops include Evergreen Wildcrafting & Wellness, Winter Tree ID, Making Music, Forest Bathing, Willow Weaving, Tool Maintenance and many more. Ticket prices vary but all include accommodation in dorm rooms, [...]
This Skills Delivery Review complements the programme of work that is underway to reform Scotland’s education landscape which includes a national discussion on a vision for school education, the creation of three new education bodies, the independent review of qualifications and assessment and the development of a purpose and principles for post-school [...]
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 [...]
Play Scotland have shared details about this International Play Association Triennial World Conference 2023. Scotland is hosting the only global conference focused on children’s right to play in June 2023 at Glasgow Caledonian University. Play: Rights and Possibilities has the ambition to shine a light on the world-leading, progressive work going [...]
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