Happy Outdoor Classroom Day!

07 November 2019

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In relation to Outdoor Classroom Day, we thought this would be the perfect opportunity for you to discover two fantastic titles by Juliet Robertson:

Dirty Teaching - Juliet Robertson offers tips and tricks to help any primary school teacher kick-start or further develop their outdoor practice.

Discover the book further here and take a sneak peek inside here.

Messy Maths - Juliet Robertson offers a rich resource of ideas that will inspire you to tap into the endless supply of patterns, textures, colours and quantities of the outdoors and deepen children™s understanding of maths through hands-on experience.

Check this book out here and take a look inside here.


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