Thursday, 28th of July was Earth Overshoot Day. What does that mean and why is it important?
Packs of cards which celebrate the Suffrage movement in Scotland and those who campaigned so that women would have the right to vote are being sent out to Scottish schools.
A brand new learning resource developed by Forest and Land Scotland in partnership with Historic Environment Scotland and Kilmartin Museum,
Farming Foodsteps, is offering a different way to engage in the sciences, home economics, maths and geography.
The Nunalleq Educational Resource has won the Archaeological Institute of America’s 2021 award for Outstanding Work in Digital Archaeology!
“Here’s a ‘Thrift’ spell for you (from The Lost Spells): about weathering tough times, surviving on margins & glimpsing hope in hard places. I wrote it pre-pandemic; strange to return to it now. To be read aloud. Art by @JackieMorrisArt”
The resources are suitable for all ages encouraging learning at home through creativity, play and investigation.
The charity Cats Protection has produced a series of modules to make home schooling fun – the Moggy Modules.