What better way to enjoy the produce of your grounds than cooked on a campfire?
Challenge the pupils to measure local traffic speed.
Build trust and guess which tree you met after a partner leads you to one for a blindfolded sensory encounter!
Experience the awe and wonder of being encased in a giant bubble!
Use a ball of string to show the connection between every living thing.
Ask questions about local invertebrates and plan investigations to find the answers.
A universally fun art activity which involves pounding plants to release their natural pigments into cloth!
Create a shelter 'sukkah' outdoors to mark the festival of Sukkot observing traditional specifications.
This briefing paper 'Looked after children in the natural environment' outlines why it is important for looked after children to ...
A fantastic guide for any school looking to develop loose parts play. The book is full of practical advice and ...
Purposeful measuring in this enterprising way to use the seeds produced by the plants in your garden.
Take maths outdoors with this hunt for patterns, shapes and angles.
Explore how different areas of the school grounds are affected by weather and climate.
This resource pack is about the principles and practice of evaluation in relation to school grounds projects. It provides an ...
Consolidate directional and positional language in a modern foreign language with an outdoor treasure hunt.
Use natural materials such as leaves and rocks to represent numbers and create natural equations.
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