We believe that young people should have access to frequent, continuous and progressive experiences in the school grounds, educational visits further afield, and residentials, and that these experiences should be utilised as a tool for teaching, learning and delivering the curriculum.
This blog aims to support teaching and learning outside of the classroom.
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Category Archives: Farming and Countryside
As 1000s of people make plans to visit a farm as part of the hugely popular Open Farm Sunday operated by LEAF on 5th June, we share with you some interesting insight from Frances Harris about why farmers get involved … Continue reading
This week’s guest blog comes to us from Dr. Frances Harris, a Senior Lecturer in Environmental Management at the University of Hertfordshire, who also runs Outdoor Learning Experiences. She is a member of Natural England’s strategic research group for learning … Continue reading
This week’s post comes to us from Dan Corlett, Chief Executive of FACE (Farming and Countryside Education), just as a brand new initiative, Countryside Classroom officially launches. In this article Dan tells us all about how Countryside Classroom came to be – … Continue reading
This week’s blog article comes from Hannah Martin from Farming and Countryside Education What is the best way to help young people learn more about the natural environment? Who can share with them a love of food and farming? There … Continue reading