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: Health & Wellbeing
Blog written by by Lorna Fox, WWT’s National Learning Adviser. What was your best day of the school year when you were a kid? Was it sports day or the school play or, like me, was it the school trip? … Continue reading
As evidence continues to build about the mental health benefits of outdoor learning, and calls continue for schools to be assessed on the wellbeing of their pupils as well as their results, we bring you this re-blog from Natural England’s www.gov.uk blog … Continue reading
As our colleagues at Natural England join together with leaders in the health sector to discuss mental health,dementia and the natural environment, we bring you this guest post looking at mental health in children, and how outdoor play, and learning, … Continue reading
Happy New Year to all our followers old and new! This week’s guest blog comes to us from the USA , thanks again to Steve Cooper for writing something light and lovely to start the new year. View Steve’s previous … Continue reading
This festive post comes to us from Sue Waite, Project lead for the Natural Connections Demonstration Project and Associate Professor (Reader), Plymouth Institute of Education Christmas is coming and the John Lewis advert has some of us dabbing tears from our eyes … Continue reading