Teaching Resources for the Outdoor Classroom. Lesson ideas, outdoor activities and subject related materials. Where ever your outdoor classroom is, find resources to help bring the lesson to life.
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Should you attend?
Yes, if you are interested in developing curricular or environmental projects within your school or local community, in particular: Head Teachers, Senior Management / Governors / Trustees, Teaching and nonteaching staff, Policy makers, Volunteers or parents, Third Sector organisations. The conference will also be useful to students and teachers in pre-school and tertiary education.
All delegates will get a free ticket to visit Kew Gardens on Saturday 12th July 2014
Natural Connections and IT experts Do-Be Ltd are running ‘IT in the Outdoors’ workshops in Bristol and Torbay.
The Growing Schools Website is now accepting registrations from providers across the country for inclusion on a national database of Local Outdoor Learning Providers. As part of the Natural Connections demonstration project aimed at encouraging the use of local outdoor spaces for learning.
A two-day residential course which gives a thorough introduction to the relevant skills, knowledge and approaches needed for delivering the John Muir Award.
The RHS Campaign for School Gardening has opened applications for its highly anticipated RHS Young School Gardener of the Year competition.