This report (8 February 2023) commissioned by the Scottish Government is based on research conducted by a team at the University of Dundee into the understanding and implementation of Learning for Sustainability amongst young people aged 14+ in school and community learning and development settings and the practitioners responsible for [...]
Primary school pupils in Scotland spend less time playing and learning outdoors than they did before the Covid pandemic, according to new research by the University of Stirling. Find more information about these findings from this University of Stirling news report (3 April 2023).
Queen Margaret University is offering this Outdoor Learning Short Course, starting March 2023, under its short course provision options. This is a Masters level module with some free places still available. This course is primarily for leaders and practitioners working in the third sector. The QMU Admissions team will accept [...]
Dr David McCollum and Dr Hebe Nicholson from the School of Geography and Sustainable Development, University of St Andrews are carrying out research into the environmental perspectives of students at UK universities. Full-time students enrolled at any UK university are invited to complete this survey.
The Green Gown Awards aim to inspire and empower young people to visualise a better sustainable future. UK & Ireland’s virtual Awards Ceremony celebrated the inspirational work and projects of 90 finalists in 14 different categories. This year’s Finalists represented over 862,000 students and 156,000 staff. These include some notable [...]
Services supporting outdoor learning are provided by these Scottish organisations.