Category Archives: Case Studies

Case Study -The benefits of camping with year 2 pupils

Thank you to Chris Loynes for Sharing this Case Study from Learning Away, an initiative of the Paul Hamlyn Foundation. For more information, resources and case studies visit: http://learningaway.org.uk The benefits of camping with year 2 pupils The Bulwell EAZ … Continue reading

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Embedding LOtC into school curriculum and policies: Pokesdown Primary School

This week’s blog comes to us from Elaine Skates, Chief Executive of the Council for Learning Outside the Classroom. More information about CLOtC and a link to their newsletters can be found here.    There is a wealth of research, … Continue reading

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A School Open Evening with a Spotlight on Outdoor Learning

  This week’s blog comes to us straight from a school. Becky Baldwin, from Castle Manor Academy in Suffolk recently discovered this blog and decided that she would like to write for us and her experiences of embedding outdoor learning … Continue reading

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“How do you do?” “You do by learning.” “How do you learn?” “You learn by doing.”

This week’s post comes to us from “across the pond” and builds on the theme of  “Using the outdoors for teaching across the curriculum”.  The article has kindly been provided by Stephen J Cooper RN who also has his own blog, … Continue reading

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