Category Archives: Learning Outside the Classroom

The five sensory benefits of a school trip abroad

Blog post written by: Danielle West, Marketing Coordinator at Rayburn Tours. The way we learn is a characteristic that makes each person unique. It’s as much a part of our identity as our appearance, speech, interests and values. That’s why … Continue reading

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Try something different for your next school trip

Blog post written by: Justine Lee, Communications and Fundraising Manager at the Council for Learning Outside the Classroom. When you know a school trip works, it’s tempting to keep repeating it year after year – but there’s a whole world … 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: 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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My Five Years Learning Outside the Classroom at The Park Primary School, Bristol

Blog post written by: Kirstin Whitney, Primary School Teacher in Kingswood, South Gloucestershire on the outskirts of Bristol. She has taught ‘Outdoor Learning’ for the past 5 years across all ages and developed the school grounds to accommodate the outdoor … Continue reading

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