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Outdoor Classroom Day is coming up on May 18 so mark your calendars! There are two official days each year to encourage schools to prioritise outdoor learning for their pupils. You can sign up online or just get stuck in.
Let’s talk to Pete Hubble, a member of the SOuL installations team and so much more. Pete shares his own journey into the outdoor learning world and tells us what it is like to work on site with the team.
Enjoy this interview with Gemma Hill-Davis, a free-roaming Outdoor Practitioner based in Cheshire in North West England. Gemma runs a small outdoor learning company called Camp Curiosity CIC and has just celebrated 6 months since launching the company and being self
We are incredibly proud to support schools on their journey of taking their teaching and learning outdoors. We are seeing a massive surge of enthusiasm for this type of pedagogy and for very good reason. Let’s look at how to
In this new series of School Spotlight blog posts we talk to educators on the ground and get their take on outdoor learning in school. We talked to Todd Raetzke, the Director of Outdoor Education at the Bohunt Education Trust,
What can we say about this book? It’s essential reading for anyone who has the slightest love for and interest in nature and the natural world. Helen Macdonald’s brutally honest memoire about the loss of her Father how she channeled
Over a year on the pandemic still looms over us and we are already slipping back into our pre-Covid habits. While there are teachers and schools who are committed to keep up their outdoor learning, there are others who
It’s a joy to write a book review for this important read. Angela Hanscom’s book, ‘Balanced and Barefoot’, is a perfect distillation of all of the reasons, rationale and purpose for why our children need to be active, outdoors, independent