Looking for great ideas for learning for sustainability, outdoor learning, children’s right and global citizenship for your school or centre?
Want to meet other centres/schools and meet partner organisations who can support your work?
If so, come along to the Learning for Sustainability (LfS) showcase event from 16:15 – 17:45 on Tuesday 4th October 2016 in Stirling High School, Torbrex Farm Rd, Stirling FK8 2PA.
The event is being organised through a partnership with Education Scotland and Stirling and Clackmannanshire Councils. It is open to teachers and learners and will include displays and stalls from early learning, primary and secondary schools and centres from across Stirling and Clackmannanshire. Find out about all the benefits of learning for sustainability and how it can promote great learning; help increase motivation to learn; raise attainment; develop skills; enhance community spirit and partnerships; and promote health and wellbeing. Schools and centres will be explaining all the practical and achievable steps they have taken to develop whole school approaches to learning for sustainability (LfS) by building on their existing global citizenship, outdoor learning, sustainable development education and children’s right’s activities. There’ll be opportunities too to find a buddy school to collaborate with and share practice going forward.
A number of local and national partner organisations will be on hand too to explain more about their resources and programmes and how they can offer practical support, advice and professional learning opportunities. Organisations include:
- John Muir Award
- Keep Scotland Beautiful/Eco-Schools Scotland
- British Council
- Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park
- Food for Life/Soil Association
- OPAL Community Scientists/The Conservation Volunteers
- Community Resilience/Emergency Planning Officers
- Forth Environment Link…and more
With Learning for Sustainability embedded within How Good is Our School 4? and the GTCS Professional Standards there’s never been a better to time to find out more about how LfS can improve outcomes for learners. The refresh of the Eco-Schools Scotland programme also offers many existing opportunities relating to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and themes relating to LfS.
The event is open to all and is free. If you can, please let us know in advance if you plan to come by emailing Helen Winton at: email@example.com