Claim your wheat seeds
Following on from last year’s success we have reopened the free wheat seeds for schools programme.
If you have a growing area and would like to grow wheat, to show the journey of seed to loaf, you can request your free seeds here (limited to 1 packet per school).
Outdoor Classroom Day is a global campaign to celebrate and inspire outdoor learning and play. Thousands of schools around the world take lessons outdoors. In 2018, over 3.5 million children worldwide took part, more than 550,000 of those were in the UK and Ireland.
Sign up to put your school on the 2019 map and join the global movement!
Be a part of the Big Switch-Off! Take part in Earth Hour on Saturday 30 March.
What a fabulous morning of quizzing we had at Millburn Academy this morning for the Highland heat of the SEET Euroquiz.
I think we may have had our highest scoring rounds this year. It was very close the whole way through the event and I thought the pupils were going to be putting me to work on the tie breakers but thankfully (for me!) we were able to go straight to the final round with Glenurquhart and Cradlehall who were high scoring in every round.
Cradlehall went on to win the final round and will now represent Highland in Edinburgh when they compete against the rest of Scotland in the final.
Thank you to all of the schools that came along today, the pupils who have worked so hard and the adults who have helped them along the way. Well done to everyone who took part.
It’s John Muir’s 181st birthday this year – on 21st April to be exact! John Muir Day Celebrations offer a long-week window – 20th -28th April – of opportunities to mark and share John Muir’s legacy with dedicated events, resources and activities.
Visit Discover John Muir to download a one-page brief and suite of logos to help you get involved. Throwing a party? Running an event? Making a difference for nature? Share what you’re doing on the website by sending a summary, web link and visuals of your planned events and activities to email@example.com.
Help Give Scotland a Spring Clean – Free Clean Up Supplies
Eco Schools need as many schools as possible to help us give Scotland a Spring Clean in April and May. Register a Clean Up event with us and receive free Clean Up supplies, resources and support. You can also borrow our mascot costumes free of charge to make your event extra fun!
The Social Enterprise Academy is a learning and development programme for people and organisations enabling social change with a focus on leadership, enterprise and personal development.
Fully funded by Scottish Government and delivered at no cost to schools, the Social Enterprise Schools programme aims to support young people to establish and develop a pupil-led sustainable social enterprise that reinvests its profits to address an explicit social and/or environmental aim chosen by the pupils. It provides a hands-on and immersive learning process that meets an extensive range of Curriculum for Excellence outcomes, DYW initiatives, helps embed Learning for Sustainability whilst supporting the delivery of Sustainable Development Goals. The programme engages pupils of all ages and abilities, developing skills for learning, life and work and enriches their sense of social justice.
You can find out more HERE.
British Council Social Entrepreneurship in Education 2018
Impact Review – Education Spreads
SEE Guide [SCOT] 2018
The Highland office information can be found HERE.