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Tag Archives: Naturally Healthy Devon Schools
Louise Graham is a primary school teacher and forest school leader working near the source of the River Tamar on the North Devon – Cornwall border. She supports school groups, teachers and childcare professionals to take their learning outside. Visit www.naturallearning.org.uk … Continue reading
Building on the success of the Natural Connections Demonstration Project the Naturally Healthy Devon Schools project is active in north and east Devon. The project will be extending the work of Natural Connections, investigating the benefits of learning in natural environments … Continue reading
This week’s blog comes to us from Louise Graham, who works with collaborations of schools across North Devon as hub leader for the Naturally Healthy Devon Schools project. http://www.naturallearning.org.uk/NHDSP. Louise is a primary school teacher and forest school leader working near the … Continue reading