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Why we need curiosity and how outdoor learning can foster it There are numerous articles which discuss the benefits of promoting curiosity amongst children of
The benefits of pupils learning outside of the classroom are becoming increasingly publicised, but many teachers still shy away for fear of exposing children to
Outdoor fun can quickly decline to a miserable experience once cold or wet. Play and learning in the outdoors can be a highly enjoyable and
Why outdoor learning should remain an important filling in the already jam-packed and fully-squeezed school sandwich of teaching and learning. How are we going to
Why venturing outside is more important than ever. A literature review and summary by Alex Alves, Outdoor Learning Made Easy. It’s raining… again. Your previous
I may be showing my age, but it was about twenty six years ago when my teacher thrust a text book under my nose showing
FREE Outdoor Learning presentation This handy information guide in pdf format illustrates how you can introduce Outdoor Learning and Forest School in your establishment and
Throughout my fifteen years of teaching, both inside and outside of the classroom, my experience of leading Outdoor Learning and Forest School, and my experience
Let them play in mud: A simple summary of how making mud pies can help to improve a child’s self esteem and emotional Intelligence. Alex
During experiences in the outdoors, children are able to play and learn with new materials in a stimulating setting which often relates to real-life situations.
“Learning through listening may last five minutes. Learning through watching might last a day. Learning through experiencing will last a lifetime.” One of the most