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Juliet Robertson

Juliet Robertson is an education consultant who specialises in outdoor learning. Before becoming a consultant Juliet was a head teacher at three schools, making her more than qualified to help others improve their practice. She also writes a popular education blog – ‘I’m a teacher, get me OUTSIDE here!’ – where she illustrates her ideas and enthusiasm for learning outdoors. @CreativeSTAR

Click here to listen in on Juliet’s podcast with Pivotal Education: ‘A Yearning for Outdoor Learning’.


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Publications by Juliet Robertson

Dirty Teaching

Juliet Robertson offers tips and tricks to help any primary…

Messy Maths

In Messy Maths: A Playful, Outdoor Approach for Early Years,…

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Simon Nicholson and The Theory of Loose Parts – 1 Million Thanks

December 08 2017

In 1971, Simon Nicholson wrote an article in a Landscape Architecture journal called How NOT to Cheat Children – The Theory of Loose Parts. Over the decades which have ensued, Nicholson’s paper has had a profound impact on many childcare professionals, particularly playworkers, early years practitioners and outdoor and environmental educators. To celebrate the milestone of having 1 million visitors to this blog since August 2013,  I decided to find out more about the person behind the statement and to acknowledge his contribution to the world. 

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2D Shape Art with Leaves

December 03 2017

I'd like to introduce Justina Danisova from the Czech Republic. She's got loads of simple ideas for working with children outside and this is the first of several blog posts that illustrate this. In this blog post we are looking at the simplicity of using leaves for art, maths and science investigations with young children. Read on and enjoy... or should I say Czech it out... :)

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