“We are not saying ‘good bye’ to our classrooms; we are opening them up.”
We recognise the value of Outdoor Learning and how beneficial this is to child development. Research evidence shows that learning outside the classroom can have a powerfully motivating effect on young people and a beneficial impact on learning, understanding, behaviour and well-being and health.
- Outdoor Learning provides a diversity of resources and spaces that is hard to replicate in an indoor environment.
- Outdoor Learning provides opportunities to develop skills for learning, life and work.
- There is a visible impact on children and young people’s health and wellbeing, wider achievements, attainment and personal development as a result of Outdoor Learning.
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