Can you remember the pleasure you got from first adventuring out into the wild as a child? Coming into contact with wildlife for the first time, or first dipping your toe into a woodland stream?
Well the fact is that millions of children in Scotland are stuck in cities and don’t get to experience the beauty of the area, including the national parks, lochs, and more. They never experience seeing a wild deer walk by, or climbing to the top of the world on Ben Nevis, and that’s why we’re here to change that.
|The Real World Learning Partnership believes that “every child, regardless of their background, should have regular access to inspirational and challenging outdoor learning, where they can enjoy first hand experience of their cultural heritage and natural environment, as part of a full and complete childhood.”|
Scottish Garden Furniture Information
If you’re interested in making the most of your garden with a comfortable furniture set this summer, we’ve written an article about rattan dining sets that withstand cold weather, and you can find out more about it here: Durable, weatherproof rattan dining furniture
Children and Gardening
We’ve also written a 2018 article about getting children into gardening, which you can find out more about here: Getting young people into gardening 2018
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