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.
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Tag Archives: Learning Through Landscapes
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 article has kindly been written by Juno Hollyhock, Executive Director of Learning Through Landscapes. I don’t think that there are many folk who would question the fact that going outside is a good thing. We all know and understand … Continue reading