BBC News: Outdoor learning 'boosts children's development'

18 July 2016

‹A report has recently been published which outlines the benefits of outdoor learning and how establishing an ˜outdoor learning hub™ would help teachers, and help shape policies and strategy in UK education. The report also proposed a ˜Framework for 21st Century Student Outcomes™ that could be delivered through regular lessons in natural environments. Click here to read the article on BBC News.

Juliet Robertson is a prominent flag-bearer within teaching circles in championing the benefits of outdoor learning in schools nationwide and has written a book exclusively on that subject which offers a multitude of activities, lessons, and ideas for teaching pupils outside of the classroom. Click here to learn more about her title, Dirty Teaching: A Beginner™s Guide to Learning Outdoors.

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