Curriculum Linked Learning Outside
Learning in the natural environment innovates and enriches our pedagogy whilst helping us to connect more deeply with children.
In the past decade, five significant, independent reviews have been conducted both nationally and internationally which focus on the impact of children learning in the natural environment. Each of them provide compelling evidence that outdoor learning can – and does – make a significant, positive impact on children’s mental health, physical health, concentration levels, enjoyment of learning, engagement and social and academic progress.
This course will help you develop the confidence and skills so you can routinely harness the opportunities that teaching beyond the classroom provides for enriching the curriculum.
Develop a broad, balanced curriculum and maximise the impact of outdoor learning at your school. Whether you are right at the beginning, or are well seasoned implementing LOC in your school, this day content a mixture of introductory and advanced content.
Expect this event to be fully participative, experiential and mostly outdoors. There will be numerous opportunities to share best practice with other passionate colleagues from state and independent settings in your region.
You will come away with pragmatic tips, tools and ideas so you can feel confident to take more of your teaching outside immediately, be it for curriculum or character based learning. You will:
In addition you will receive the following free resources worth over £80:
This event is for Heads, Deputies, HoDs, Teachers EYFS/KS1/2 or 3 and other education practitioners in both independent and state sectors.
12 April - Staveley C of E Primary School, Staveley, Cumbria, LA8 9PH
2 May - Southdale C of E Junior School, Wakefield, WF5 8BA
23 May - Bradford Grammar School, West Yorkshire, BD9 4JP