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
This guide contains eligibility, priority and contact details of organisations funding not-for-profit and charitable organisations in Scotland. It has been complied for Inspiring Scotlandâs Thrive Outdoors programme and therefore focusses on potential funders of play activities. Funders have been selected through a review of SCVOâs âScottish Directory of Funding for Third Sector Organisationsâ and aRead More
Link Up is making a significant contribution to the delivery of Scottish Governmentâs Justice Strategy by: â˘ Addressing the psycho-social factors that can cause individual criminal activity or increase the risk of unintentional harm. â˘ Giving individuals the support, confidence and skills to choose alternative life-courses. â˘ Building social connections & community trust, making peopleRead More
Focusing on some of Scotlandâs most deprived communities, Link Up is making a significant contribution to the delivery of the Scottish Governmentâs commitment to reduce health inequalities and improve health by: 1. Addressing the social determinants of health, widely recognised as key to addressing health inequalities and setting foundations for positive change 2. Growing individualsâRead 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
For decades, and despite millions of pounds of investment, Governments and public agencies have struggled to change the experience of many people living in Scotlandâs most disadvantaged communities. Problems of low life expectancy, low levels of employment and educational attainment persist. Link Up set-out to prove that creating the right conditions for change and theRead More
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