A collaboration between children’s charity Aberlour and Leisure & Culture Dundee, this project aims to promote the use of green space and natural outdoor spaces for free play opportunities for children and families in Dundee and raise the profile, and promote the benefits, of outdoor free play, especially to parents.
Aberlour and Leisure and Culture Dundee receive funding through go2play to run a Play Rangers scheme to provide open access play in two localities in Dundee: Menzieshill and Stobswell. Â Play Rangers also work in schools, currently two Primary Schools and one Special Needs School, providing loose parts play to children with disabilities or additional support needs.
Inspiring Scotland and Scottish Government will be working together on a new national programme to raise understanding of autism in Scotland. This announcement was made by Ms Claire Haughey, Minister for Mental Health, at the Scottish Strategy for Autism Seventh Annual Conference in Glasgow on the 26thÂ March 2019. We welcome the Scottish Governmentâ€™s focus onRead More
Scottish wildlife filmmaker and television presenter Gordon Buchanan â€“ best known for his close encounter with a curious polar bear on BBCâ€™s The Polar Bear Family and Me – has added his name to a growing list of people and organisations committed to getting kids out to play. The raft of pledges will be announcedRead More
Success of Inspiring Scotland helping 35,000 young peopleÂ celebrated by Scottish Government The achievements of the young people of Scotland were celebrated as Inspiring Scotland marked 10 years of our flagship 14:19 Fund. Scottish Government, an investor in the fund throughout its 10 years, hailed the success of the partnership as the fund is onRead More