Author Archives: emilycarlill

Using learning outside the classroom to develop character

Blog post written by: Daniel Cibich, Head of Educational Partnerships at The Outward Bound Trust. Following the launch of the DfE Character Education Framework Guidance in early November, I attended a Westminster Education Forum policy conference to hear from a … Continue reading

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So much more than just a History Tour Guide…

Blog post written by: Sophie Lamb, Graphic Designer at Rayburn Tours. When most people think of a tour guide, they picture someone at the helm of a group of people, microphone and flag in tow, reciting ‘on your left…’ and … Continue reading

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School trips for all

Blog post written by: Justine Lee, Communications and Fundraising Manager at the Council for Learning Outside the Classroom. Educational trips offer a multitude of benefits for pupils of all abilities. They help motivate, raise attainment and expose students to new … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Council for Learning Outside the Classroom!

Blog post written by: Megan Deakin, Marketing Coordinator at Rayburn Tours. Blow up the balloons, hang out the bunting and start the celebrations because the Council for Learning Outside the Classroom (CLOtC) turns 10 this year! To mark this special … Continue reading

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How to best plan for accident prevention and ensure the best claims defensibility

Blog post written by: Sophia Reed, Mutual Manager, Regis Mutual Management Limited. Fortunately, the public and courts’ perception of adventurous activities being “dangerous” has changed over recent years and instead, we now appreciate and understand the fantastic benefits which exploring … Continue reading

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9 ways to take your maths lessons outside

Blog post written by: Adam Harvey, Primary School Teacher in Guernsey and developer of resource website: http://www.educateoutside.com. Maths is a great lesson to take outdoors with endless possibilities for teaching many different subject areas. I first started taking my lessons … Continue reading

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