Juliet Robertson - "I'm a teacher, get me OUTSIDE here!"

23 March 2016

Juliet Robertson, author of Dirty Teaching: A Beginner™s Guide to Learning Outdoors, continues to champion the benefits of outdoor learning for children in schools nationwide and, as part of her research, she often visits those schools who have altered the landscape of their playgrounds and, in some cases, curricula in favour of this approach.

Click here to read her blog post ˜Cramond Primary School: A Play Landscape™, complete with some great photos of their ˜play landscape™.

You can also find some more of Juliet™s examples of - and ideas for - developing school grounds and outdoor spaces here.


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