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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Category Archives: Social Mobility
Anita Kerwin-Nye, founder of Every Child Should, has written a blog for CLOtC. My love for the outdoors and the role it has played in my personal well being is well documented. Similarly, how outdoor residentials and adventure learning took me … Continue reading →
On 10th May Children and Young People Now Magazine published a Special Report on Outdoor Learning, including sections on evidence, policy and a range of case studies. Here we bring you an extract, will full references, by Jim Burt, Natural … Continue reading →
This week’s blog comes to us all the way from down under, from Clarice Lisle, Year 4 coordinator at Ballarat and Queen’s Anglican Grammar School, Victoria, Australia. This is the story of a unique place-based learning program we have for our Year 4 … Continue reading →
This is the second post written for us by Dr Tonia Gray, for more about Tonia please see her last post here. At a recent School Principals’ Conference in Australia, a tweet went out: Students need technology to thrive, “home … Continue reading →