Mon 27th Jul '15 11:17
IT is out with the iPads at one school in Bolton where pupils are being encouraged to get outdoors and create their own good old fashioned adventures.
Tonge Moor Primary School has invested £13,000 in creating an environment where children can explore and let their imaginations run riot — using everything from surfboards and netting to broken vacuum cleaners, tyres and planks.
Mon 27th Jul '15 11:08
The Bournemouth Echo reports that sixty children at a Poole school have benefitted from taking some lessons in an outdoor classroom environment.
Pupils at Sylvan Infant School in Parkstone have enjoyed weekly lessons with Victoria Vincent, leader of the Bournemouth-based Kith and Kin Forest School, which offers the chance for children learn outside through the seasons and with nature.
Mon 20th Jul '15 16:31
Welsh Government Consultation
Improving opportunities to access the outdoors for responsible recreation
Thu 25th Jun '15 16:44
Final independent evaluation of Learning Away residentials published, identifying their impacts as well as what it is about the overnight stay that brings about such positive powerful outcomes for young people long after their return to school. - See more at: http://learningaway.org.uk/residentials/evidence/independent-evaluation-of-learning-away/#sthash.zXZGaoJy.dpuf
Wed 17th Jun '15 09:15
Mud pies and green spaces – why children do better when they can get outdoors More...
Wed 3rd Jun '15 09:58
Who is in your classroom on June 19th? More...
Wed 3rd Jun '15 09:53
Awards for Outstanding Contribution to LOtC 2015: Nominations now open More...
Tue 19th May '15 14:27
The future of an outdoor education centre in Snowdonia has been secured thanks to an anonymous donor and a partnership agreement by two trusts. More...
Fri 15th May '15 12:39
Taking their learning outside can help students right across the curriculum – Juno Hollyhock explains how…