Outdoor Learning in Primary School Grounds (London)
March 11 @ 8:45 am - 2:30 pm£70 – £95
The outdoor learning in primary grounds day will inspire you with simple, low cost approaches and ideas for taking whole classes outdoors for curricular led learning.
Learning through Landscapes has 30 years history in doing this, we’ve ‘written the book’ on school grounds use for learning and play.
Recently we have worked to showcase what play (or teacher-free learning as we call it) can add to the school day – healthier, happier and more engaged pupils.
We also have hundreds of outdoor lesson ideas, most useable in school grounds and local spaces, all connected to the curriculum.
There are hundreds of schools across the UK who have used our tools to embed the use of outdoor learning and improve break times.
A case of “Don’t do more, do different”
As well as hearing from schools who have ‘been there, done that’, we have session topics of:
- Establishing outdoor learning
- Curriculum-linked learning in the grounds
- Loose parts play and learning benefits
- Physical grounds changes – how to approach them
All attendees will also receive:
- a set of lesson plans / ideas from the day
- links to download dozens more outdoor lesson ideas
- links to downloadable guidance for play in school grounds
- complementary LtL Membership for a year (worth £22+vat)
- a certificate of attendence
The day will involve being outdoors and indoors, please do come dressed for the weather forecasted.
Refreshments will be served. There is a cafe on site for lunch or bring a packed lunch. Do also bring a phone/tablet to take pictures and pencil & paper to make notes.
We are at Coram Fields centre, and as such have to leave the building in time for out of school clubs to start so the finish is prompt.
For more outdoor learning in primary school grounds, please visit our outdoor learning training courses pages.
Want to take your outdoor learning and play to the next level? Join our International School Grounds Alliance conference in Stirling, Scotland, September 2020.
Don’t do More, Do Different – Outdoor Learning in Primary Grounds