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LAST UPDATED: 21st April 2020 Opening Up Great Learning – Learning for sustainability

This document demonstrates how meeting national LfS recommendations can enable schools, early learning and childcare settings to achieve great outcomes.

LAST UPDATED: 21st April 2020 Climate Change in Scottish Education

The Scottish Government Climate Change Plan sets out how our nation will move towards a low carbon economy.

LAST UPDATED: 27th June 2019 Who can help Food Education in Scotland?

​This resource lists a range of organisations who can support your food education projects.

LAST UPDATED: 27th June 2019 Food for Thought support resources

This suite of resources support all ages and stages of Curriculum for Excellence providing clear progression links and activities​.

LAST UPDATED: 27th June 2019 Food and health skills support resource

This resource provides support materials that can be used to plan learning and teaching approaches in Food and Health and Technologies experiences and outcomes.​

LAST UPDATED: 18th June 2020 A summary of learning for sustainability resources

This page provides a summary of key information, resources and exemplification relating to learning for sustainability.

LAST UPDATED: 9th April 2020 Using Food for Thought and Pupil Equity Funding at Bantaskin Primary School

Find out how one school in Falkirk developed a practical cooking and growing programme.

LAST UPDATED: 21st April 2020 Learning for sustainability in action

​These examples show how learning for sustainability is being embedded into learning, teaching and the life of two primary schools.

LAST UPDATED: 20th April 2020 Learning for Sustainability using food as a context

​This exemplar demonstrates how Food for Thought funding has benefitted a school in Glasgow.

LAST UPDATED: 21st April 2020 Conversations about learning for sustainability

School and centre leaders, practitioners, learners, parents and community members reflect on the impact that learning for sustainability has made on learners and the school/centre community.