About WoodlaND

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WoodlaND Learning is our outdoor learning and wellbeing service supporting neurodivergent young people aged 12-18.

About WoodlaND

WoodlaND Learning is an outdoor learning and wellbeing service for 12 to 18 year olds who are neurodivergent.

Based in Clarkston, East Renfrewshire, and delivered in partnership with Off Grid Community, young people benefit from a range of activities designed to improve wellbeing and build confidence to re-engage with their learning.



Wellbeing & Learning

As a learning and wellbeing service, WoodlaND’s key focus is to improve overall health and wellbeing, reduce anxiety and build resilience to improve self-esteem.

Through a variety of activities, techniques and programmes, WoodlaND Learning aims to help young people develop communication and social skills and build positive relationships while offering opportunities to re-engage with learning.

Supported by our specialists in the natural woodland environment, neurodivergent young people are supported to achieve their personal goals.




WoodlaND Learning provides a variety of activities designed to match to the interests and skills of young people with the aim of improving health and wellbeing.  Active learning activities also focus on numeracy and literacy.




To enquire about WoodlaND Learning, please complete our Enquiry Form and a member of the team will be in touch to discuss further.

Enquiry Form

Our ethos

Our ethos

“Our aim is to support neurodivergent children and young people in a space where they feel safe and secure in order to re-engage with their learning”

Laura Watkins, CEO The Donaldson Trust re. Vibe