Living today for tomorrow's world

14th September 2001 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Pupils from Fernielea primary in Aberdeen were among 15,000 from 200 schools who took part in Scottish School Grounds Week last week. Organised by Grounds for Learning, which aims to promote outdoor spaces for learning and play, the theme of the week was sustainable development, one of the elements in 5-14 environmental studies, which the organisers called "living today for tomorrow's world". Simon Lewis, the Stirling University-based director of Grounds for Learning, said he hoped it would be "the start of a better relationship between children and teachers with their school grounds, and the world they are helping to shape".

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