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Food, Families, Futures project serves up fun activities and 3,500 meals over the summer

A radical new beginning

Shetland childcare provider wins small business of the year accolade
access to childcare fund business childcare community family funding resilience shetland

“Children don’t need shorter holidays or longer school days. They need more play”
academic access to childcare fund childcare community Learning out of school care outcomes play School skills

Our reaction to the Programme for Government: family wellbeing fund welcomed but disappointment at lack of progress on child payment level
childcare Children's rights environment equality family support programme for government Wellbeing

Participation through the Pandemic

St Mirin's Out of School Club

25 Calls response – Cost is not value

Member Spotlight: Seamab

CHANGE: Childcare and Nurture project (Knowledge Exchange event)

Jan White
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Exploring communication through symbols with children

Foundations of Literacy: A seminar with Sue Palmer

Cat Kozlowski
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‘No legal basis’ for compulsory P1 testing, new information reveals

Free event: CHANGE Knowledge Exchange 2018

Member directory: N-S

Is the future 50:50?

...from Scandinavian countries in particular, where the importance of parental leave, play and outdoor learning are recognised. Most recently, for example, the Finnish baby box idea was adopted in Scotland. Political leaders here also seem...

Comment Magazine Parents

Finding the pathway to outdoor play

...an opportunity to put the theory into practice as you visit a local outdoor space to explore the outdoor learning possibilities that may lie hidden in your own local community. Key learning: Outdoor play: the benefits and how it sits currently...


Call 6: Rights, wellbeing and love of learning must be at the heart of education if Scotland is truly to be the 'best place to grow up'

Call 22: Build wellbeing into the design of our learning spaces to show young people they are truly valued

Messy Maths: An outdoor, playful approach

Messy Maths: An outdoor, playful approach

 “Outdoor centres are gateways to positive experiences which are otherwise closed to many”

...from across the outdoor education sector including The Outward Bound Trust, The Institute for outdoor learning, The Field Studies Council and Scouts Scotland.  So far it has gained the support of more than 35 organisations, including Children...


Messy Maths: an outdoor, playful approach

The Early Learning & Childcare (ELC) Inclusion Fund

...Childminder Davina Sinclair Support from the ELC Fund allowed Davina to strengthen her outdoor learning offer Click here for more Case study: Nursery Times at the Park A South Lanarkshire nursery, now able to...


Messy Maths: an outdoor, playful approach

Project launched to understand participation through the pandemic

...people to share their views on any number of issues ranging from mental health and wellbeing, outdoor learning, accessibility and inclusion, climate change or Covid-19. The peer researchers will be given training in methodologies and...


Question time for politicians at Voices Forum hustings

...waiting lists for child and adolescent mental health services in Scotland, cross-party support for outdoor learning (but crucially not yet the funding to secure our outdoor centres) and a call from the Lib Dems to address the shortage of additional...


Children in Scotland's Annual Conference 2019 – presentations

...for this session. Click here to view Welly boots and Baltic bairns: a collaborative approach to outdoor learning, Inspiring Scotland, Learning through Landscapes and Glasgow City Council   Day 1 report Read a social media summary...


Every Child a Mover: Outdoor play to support wellbeing and learning

News: Scouts welcome new section for four and five-year olds

...9 Sept, 2021 by Jennifer Drummond Early years health and wellbeing outdoor learning Scouts Scotland has introduced a new branch to the Scout family, designed to support early years children to learn skills for...

Early years health and wellbeing outdoor learning

Member directory: G-M

...Primary School Primary school | langlees.falkirk.sch.uk Learning through Landscapes outdoor learning and play | ltl.org.uk Lesmahagow High School Secondary school | lesmahagow.s-lanark.sch.uk LGBT Youth Scotland Youth work to LGBTI...


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...Primary School Primary school | langlees.falkirk.sch.uk Learning through Landscapes outdoor learning and play | ltl.org.uk Lesmahagow High School Secondary school | lesmahagow.s-lanark.sch.uk LGBT Youth Scotland Youth work to LGBTI...


16 Mar 18 - Every Child a Mover: Outdoor play to support wellbeing and learning

Issue 198 Children in Scotland Magazine


CHANGE: Childcare and Nurture project (Knowledge Exchange event)

Start date: 26/09/2017 09:00


Exploring communication through symbols with children

Start date: 21/03/2018 09:30


Foundations of Literacy: A seminar with Sue Palmer

Start date: 02/04/2019 09:30


Free event: CHANGE Knowledge Exchange 2018

Start date: 08/10/2018 09:30


Finding the pathway to outdoor play

Start date: 13/09/2019 09:30

...an opportunity to put the theory into practice as you visit a local outdoor space to explore the outdoor learning possibilities that may lie hidden in your own local community. Key learning: Outdoor play: the benefits and how it sits currently...


Messy Maths: An outdoor, playful approach

Start date: 30/08/2019 09:30


Messy Maths: An outdoor, playful approach

Start date: 24/04/2020 09:30


Messy Maths: an outdoor, playful approach

Start date: 27/11/2020 09:30


Messy Maths: an outdoor, playful approach

Start date: 14/09/2018 09:30


Every Child a Mover: Outdoor play to support wellbeing and learning

Start date: 16/03/2018 09:30



Food, Families, Futures project serves up fun activities and 3,500 meals over the summer

A radical new beginning

Shetland childcare provider wins small business of the year accolade
access to childcare fund business childcare community family funding resilience shetland

“Children don’t need shorter holidays or longer school days. They need more play”
academic access to childcare fund childcare community Learning out of school care outcomes play School skills

Our reaction to the Programme for Government: family wellbeing fund welcomed but disappointment at lack of progress on child payment level
childcare Children's rights environment equality family support programme for government Wellbeing

25 Calls response – Cost is not value

‘No legal basis’ for compulsory P1 testing, new information reveals

 “Outdoor centres are gateways to positive experiences which are otherwise closed to many”

...from across the outdoor education sector including The Outward Bound Trust, The Institute for outdoor learning, The Field Studies Council and Scouts Scotland.  So far it has gained the support of more than 35 organisations, including Children...


Project launched to understand participation through the pandemic

...people to share their views on any number of issues ranging from mental health and wellbeing, outdoor learning, accessibility and inclusion, climate change or Covid-19. The peer researchers will be given training in methodologies and...


Question time for politicians at Voices Forum hustings

...waiting lists for child and adolescent mental health services in Scotland, cross-party support for outdoor learning (but crucially not yet the funding to secure our outdoor centres) and a call from the Lib Dems to address the shortage of additional...



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St Mirin's Out of School Club

News

The Early Learning & Childcare (ELC) Inclusion Fund

...Childminder Davina Sinclair Support from the ELC Fund allowed Davina to strengthen her outdoor learning offer Click here for more Case study: Nursery Times at the Park A South Lanarkshire nursery, now able to...


Children in Scotland's Annual Conference 2019 – presentations

...for this session. Click here to view Welly boots and Baltic bairns: a collaborative approach to outdoor learning, Inspiring Scotland, Learning through Landscapes and Glasgow City Council   Day 1 report Read a social media summary...



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"Let's embrace change and build a service we're proud of"
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Member Spotlight: Seamab
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Jan White
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Member directory: N-S
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Is the future 50:50?
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...from Scandinavian countries in particular, where the importance of parental leave, play and outdoor learning are recognised. Most recently, for example, the Finnish baby box idea was adopted in Scotland. Political leaders here also seem...

Comment Magazine Parents

Call 6: Rights, wellbeing and love of learning must be at the heart of education if Scotland is truly to be the 'best place to grow up'
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Call 22: Build wellbeing into the design of our learning spaces to show young people they are truly valued
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News: Scouts welcome new section for four and five-year olds
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...9 Sept, 2021 by Jennifer Drummond Early years health and wellbeing outdoor learning Scouts Scotland has introduced a new branch to the Scout family, designed to support early years children to learn skills for...

Early years health and wellbeing outdoor learning

Member directory: G-M
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...Primary School Primary school | langlees.falkirk.sch.uk Learning through Landscapes outdoor learning and play | ltl.org.uk Lesmahagow High School Secondary school | lesmahagow.s-lanark.sch.uk LGBT Youth Scotland Youth work to LGBTI...


Member directory: full
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...Primary School Primary school | langlees.falkirk.sch.uk Learning through Landscapes outdoor learning and play | ltl.org.uk Lesmahagow High School Secondary school | lesmahagow.s-lanark.sch.uk LGBT Youth Scotland Youth work to LGBTI...


16 Mar 18 - Every Child a Mover: Outdoor play to support wellbeing and learning
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