â€˜You donâ€™t need to be in forest to be outside.â€™ Hamish Orr from Baltic Street Adventure Playground in Glasgow, shares ideas and enthusiasm for outdoor play in towns and cities (C19A)Read More
What happens when we spend more time outdoors? Zoe Sills from Earthtime for All in Elgin, explains the benefits of outdoor play-based learning for adults and children in Scotland. (C19A)Read More
Staff from all levels talk us through their experience of working in an outdoor nursery in Scotland. The Scottish Outdoor ELC workforce message is, â€˜You have to try it!â€™Read More
Parents share their experiences and reasons for choosing an outdoor nursery in Scotland for their child. â€˜From One Parent to Another.â€™Read More
What better way to hear what itâ€™s like to attend an outdoor nursery in Scotland than from the children?Read More
Ever wondered how you can help out local wildlife? A budding ornithologist from Edinburgh Forest Kindergarten show us how to â€˜Build a house for a Robinâ€™Read More
There are lots of requests for fire building training in early years. A future Outdoor Education Officer from Craighead Country Nursery shows us his top tips.Read More
Don’t get in a tangle – learn all about ropes and knots with Si the knot guy from Family & Community Development West Lothian.Read More
A short video from the Self-direct Support Forum inÂ East Renfrewshire explaining the SDS assessment process specifically for children and the terminology parents may encounter.Read More
Dr. Mark Tremblay of HALO Research and Prof. John Reilly of the University of Strathclyde discuss childhood inactivity levels in Canada and Scotland from the Active Healthy Kids Report Card 2016 – one of the reasons we strive for physically active outdoor play forÂ all of Scotland’s children.Read More
Dr. Mark Tremblay of Canada’s HALO Research talks to Prof. John Reilly of the University of Strathclyde and Rachel Cowper of Inspiring Scotland about how, counter to to popular belief, it is safer for children to be outdoors than indoors. This video is part of a series on the health crisis faced by young childrenRead More
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