Learning for Sustainability and the National Outcomes for Scotland
On Tuesday, 23 May, in collaboration with the Scottish Government, we held an online opportunity for people to hear more about and be part of the discussion on the blueprint for Scotland – Scotland’s National Performance Framework
The role of education in a climate emergency: four key asks from Teach the Future Scotland
Taking action on climate change is one of the major challenges of our times, and education has a major role to play. Teach the Future has four key asks for policy makers and presented them at a Scottish Parliamentary reception on 22 March.
‘Learning for Sustainability and the National Improvement Framework’ – our latest ‘Connect’ session with GTC Scotland
Our Learning for Sustainability ‘Connect’ sessions have been bringing educators and guest speakers together to network and share since March 2022, and in our latest session, we explored the place of Learning for Sustainability as a core element of the 2023 National Improvement Framework and Improvement Plan .
Sustainability, employability and youthwork: developing skills for a sustainable and just future
On 21st February, YouthLink Scotland and Learning for Sustainability Scotland were delighted to welcome participants to ‘Sustainability, Employability and Youthwork: developing skills for a sustainable and just future’ – our first webinar for 2023.
‘Inspiring Transformational Change through Learning’: our 2022 AGM & Networking event.
Our 2022 AGM was held online on 11th January and we were delighted to welcome a wonderfully diverse range of members from across the many educational sectors that comprise the Learning for Sustainability Scotland membership. read on to hear more about this event.
Strengthening and Supporting Approaches to ESD in Universities and Colleges
The latest meeting of EAUC Scotland’s Education for Sustainable Development Topic Support Network, supported by Learning for Sustainability Scotland, took place on 21st November 2022 with a focus on “Strengthening and Supporting Approaches to ESD in Universities and Colleges”
‘What I did in my holidays’ by Laura, aged 36: reflections from the 2022 RCE Europe Regional Meeting
Laura Curtis-Moss is Vice-Chair of the Learning for Sustainability Scotland Steering Group and our Youth Co-ordinator. In this blog, she reflects on her recent participation in the 2022 RCE Europe Regional Meeting.
Learning for Sustainability and ‘Putting Young People at the Centre’
This is a time of change for Scotland’s education system. The Scottish Government and COSLA have launched the ‘most inclusive ever discussion on education in Scotland, with learners playing a… [read more]
Autumn 2022: Join the sustainability conversation
This autumn, Learning for Sustainability Scotland is delighted to be working with The University of Edinburgh, General Teaching Council for Scotland, British Council, SCOREscotland and the Climate Sisters (supported by… [read more]
Collaboration to scale up community action on sustainability
Many public sector bodies, including local authorities, have a mandate to support sustainability action and to facilitate community engagement in their regions. At the same time, many community-led initiatives and… [read more]