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Tag Archives: Building Teacher’s Confidence
As the findings and messages from the Natural Connections Demonstration Project filter out across the sector, Peter Butts, co-ordinator of the project at The Learning Institute, Cornwall’s Hub talks to us about what has really made a difference in the schools … Continue reading
This week’s article has come from Martin Northcott, Outdoor Education Manager at Plymouth City Council, the Plymouth Hub Leader for the Natural Connections Demonstration Project. To build confidence learning in the natural environment it’s important to have a clear aim. … Continue reading
The third contribution to our set of launch day posts comes from one of the Natural Connections Demonstration Project local hub leaders, Nicholas Garrick. He is Director of Lighting up Learning and is Associate Head teacher of a primary school in Bristol. Over … Continue reading