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.
If you are interested in writing for us, please email Emily Carlill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- Environmental & Cultural Engagement (10)
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- Learning Outside the Classroom (7)
- Natural Connections (21)
- Natural Environment (35)
- Newsletters – Natural Connections Demonstration Project (5)
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- School Grounds (7)
- Social Mobility (3)
Category Archives: School Grounds
John Golding from Torpoint Community College explains his experience of being involved with the Natural Connections Demonstration Project, and how he has developed outdoor learning at the school. At Torpoint Community College we got involved in the Natural Connections Demonstration … Continue reading
This week’s article has been carefully compiled for us by Robert Williams, Outdoor Education Adviser, Buckinghamshire County Council. email@example.com based on an original article for IOL’s Horizons Magazine written by David Crossland. David has worked in outdoor adventure learning as a teacher, lecturer, … Continue reading
On 9th January Fiona Danks and Jo Schofield, authors of the Going Wild books were invited to give the key note Margaret Collis Lecture at the ASE Conference, which they saw as a wonderful opportunity to speak to an audience … Continue reading
This week’s blog comes to us from Juno Hollyhock, Executive Director at Learning Through Landscapes. One of the repetitive messages that circulate within our sector is the refrain that says if Ofsted were more supportive of learning in the natural … Continue reading
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
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