Learning for Sustainability

LfS news & CLPL opportunities from Education Scotland

December 12, 2016
by I. Menzies

Apply for Global Learning Partnerships 2017

GTC Scotland registered practitioners from Aberdeen City Council, Aberdeenshire Council, Highland Council and Stirling Council are invited to apply for Global Learning Partnerships 2017. WHAT IS IT? 35 days of CLPL delivered over an 18 month period.  Global Learning Partnerships … Continue reading

April 27, 2016
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Volunteering for sustainability

Project Trust is now welcoming applications from those leaving school in 2017 who are interested in becoming Global Volunteers. Project Trust’s aims are to “empower young people to be confident, creative and resilient through a challenging volunteering experience overseas.  Acting as … Continue reading

April 13, 2015
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Global Citizenship Primary Conference

The national recommendations on learning for sustainability (LfS) require all practitioners to embed LfS in their everyday values and practice. SCOTDEC is hosting a free one day conference on Thursday 14th May, entitled ‘Global Citizenship Matters’. It is aimed at primary … Continue reading

March 19, 2015
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Primary pupils get animated about sustainability

Pupils from Kinnaird Primary School, Larbert, are sharing their learning for sustainability work with the wider world. Gemma Douglas, principal teacher, and Brenda Bennie, class teacher, have been using WOSDEC global storyline resource, Our Crop, Our Land with their Primary 5 … Continue reading

March 5, 2015
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Global Learning Programme Scotland

Overheard conversation between two young learners in a Scottish primary school this week – Learner 1: “I want to go to the rainforest and tell them to stop cutting it down.” Learner 2: “Don’t go yet. You’re too wee. Wait … Continue reading

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