The Wood Foundation has committed a further £150,000 to the STV Children’s Appeal, taking its total invest to £1.2m. The Wood Foundation has supported the Appeal, which addresses the immediate [...]
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Developing Scotland's young people sits at the heart of our UK philanthropic activities. In the 2019/20 academic year, our Youth and Philanthropy Initiative, Raising Aspirations in Science Education, Global Learning [...]
The Wood Foundation’s Global Learning Partnerships (GLP) programme has been reaccredited by the General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS) with the award Professional Recognition in Learning for Sustainability (LfS). The [...]
A competition to design a new logo for West Lothian STEM attracted more than 650 submissions from primary school children across the region. The logo will be used on materials [...]
Students at Portlethen Academy recently virtually welcomed industry experts into their classroom. Organised by the school's Excelerate Business and Community Support Officer Isla Elliot, in collaboration with the class teacher, [...]
“The power of partnerships in STEM education,” by Gayle Duffus, National Education Officer for RAiSE
“Bringing the curriculum to life is vital to engage and motivate young people. This cannot be the role of teachers alone. To understand the world outside the classroom walls, powerful partnerships are vital. [...]
A programme which empowers teachers with the confidence and skills to deliver inspiring and motivating STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) learning experiences for primary pupils has launched in West Lothian. [...]
Secondary students have raised vital funds and awareness for charities in their communities addressing a range of social issues. Through The Wood Foundation’s Youth and Philanthropy Initiative (YPI), young people [...]
“We use the word ‘collaboration’ a lot at The Wood Foundation. Collaboration within our team. Collaboration with our direct partners. And collaboration across education, public, private, and third sector networks. [...]
School students from throughout Scotland have secured a total of £200,000 for their communities’ efforts tackling the far-reaching impacts of Covid-19. The 50 successful ‘Your Community Fund’ submissions will each [...]