This weekâ€™s practitionerâ€™s guide features bite-sized tips on community ownership and encouraging children and young people to care for our planet from Guest contributors Moira McCormick and Sam Skelton, The Concrete Garden. Â These informative tips link in with our latest podcast episode! #TuesdayTipsRead More
This weekâ€™s practitioner’s guide features bite-sized tips on the best autumnal activities to try out. Download to read our 5 tips below. Read more of our foraging top tips. #TuesdayTipsRead More
This printable A3 guide is designed to showÂ the range of possibilities when designing or developing high quality outdoor childcare provision. The guide includes examples of practice combined with site-specific and appropriate design and covers: site & access,Â shelter,Â toilets & handwashing, eating, clothing and play material . You may also find the Outdoor ELCRead More
During Covid-19 we knew the levels of digital exclusion across Scotland would become forefront. Our calls with charity leaders and frontline staff highlighted what we knew: Pre-existing inequality meant that people across Scotland were excluded from accessing support servicesÂ and that many of these services were compromised, reduced or couldnâ€™t be delivered due to lackRead More
We are pleased to announce the publication of the revised edition of the Loose Parts Play Toolkit. The updated Toolkit provides a greater focus on helping adults develop the skills to support inclusive, all-weather outdoor play in Scotland and encourage them to allow children to play in a less structured and more imaginative manner. SinceRead More
If you’re interested in volunteering as a mentor with intandem, you can find useful information here.Read More
Download a guide to getting the best from Self-directed Support for young disabled people from the Glasgow Disability Alliance.Read More
Download the original Go Play Outcome and Evaluation Framework, set out in 2011, which established the principles of Inspiring Scotland’s play programme.Â Â The guide identifies ways that play organisations can realistically demonstrate their difference though the use of evidence and helps the play sector to identify common ground to assess how play organisations can have theRead More
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