Thursday 23rd September 2021

Nurturing Nature – everyday outdoor play in Scotland

Gordon Maclean, Training and Development Officer, Learning through Landscapes, Scotland Join Gordon for a romp through the Nurturing Nature programme. This 10-week programme supports everyday play outdoors, using local and […]

Child-Friendly Placemaking: How Children Are Leading the Transformation of Community Spaces

Heidi Campbell, Senior Manager, Evergreen Canada We are excited to share with you our inclusive child-friendly approach to placemaking and creating more inclusive and connected communities in cities. You will […]

Auchlone Nature Kindergarten – Virtual Tour with Clare Warden

Clare Warden, Living Classrooms, Scotland Clare will take us on a tour of Auchlone Nature Kindergarten, a pioneer outdoor kindergarten in Perthshire, Scotland. We will meet children and staff, and […]

Designing Play into the Playground

Wiktoria Szulik, Landscape Architect, Wardell Armstrong, UK. The presentation discusses case study projects from the Wardell Armstrong 1140h Early Years Expansion projects portfolio. Wiktoria will explore how their unique child-centric […]

Why movies? The case of The Beginning of Life Outside

Lais Fluery, Alana Institute, Children and Nature Programme, Brazil Why movies? We believe powerful and inspiring stories are tools of empathy. The beginning of conversations unleashes transformation. We believe in […]

A Fresh Start for Young Learners

Joanne Dempster, STEM Tutor, the Princes Foundation, Scotland Fresh Starts is a multi-day, cross curricular programme delivered by Dumfries House, aiming to provide an exciting outdoor learning experience for young […]

Increasing Outdoor Play – globally and school by school

Cath Prisk, The Outdoor People and Global Director of Outdoor Classroom Day “They sound so much happier, what changed?” Caretaker’s wife, whose house borders a school that had started to […]

Early Start in Science- how schoolyard learning gardens can support science literacy in urban communities

Jane Hirschi, Executive Director, City Sprouts, Boston (USA) The workshop will present the preliminary findings of the CitySprouts Early Start in Science initiative for ages 4-10, a science learning program […]

The problem is the solution: How permaculture can help you overcome your schools challenges

Lusi Alderslowe, Children in Permaculture Coordinator Discussing the permaculture principle, ‘the problem is the solution’, we will give some excellent examples of how permaculture has helped schools to overcome challenges. […]

The Oasis schoolyard project, Paris

Raphaëlle Thiollier, Oasis Schoolyard Project Manager, City of Paris OASIS – School yards: Openness, Adaptation, Sensitisation, Innovation and Social ties: Design and transformation of local urban areas adapted to climate […]

Outdoor Learning and Teacher Practice – Challenges and Opportunities

Alex Parrington, Monash University/Cornish College, Australia In 2020 I completed a self-study of outdoor learning teacher practice. I was able to collect data on site in Terms 1 and 4 […]

Making the most of community assets-opening school grounds for playing

Marianne Manello, Assistant Director, Play Wales Children’s access to outdoor space for play, exercise and enjoyment differs greatly across Wales and this was heightened during the coronavirus pandemic. Some children […]

The wonder of woodwork (Early Years)

Pete Moorhouse, Irresistible Learning, UK Looking at the the why and how . The rich associated learning and development and how to establish woodwork provision, best tools how to set […]

Out to Play by Eco Drama

Emily Reid, Ben Mali Macfaden, EcoDrama, Scotland Out to Play is a unique arts-based outdoor learning project delivered by Eco Drama, supported by the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, which sees drama […]

Learning to Make Behaviour Maps in school grounds

Mohammed Zakiul Islam, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology We need to audit and assess the current use of a school ground if we want to improve a school grounds. […]

A practitioners view of bringing Outdoor Pre-school to the mainstream parent

Kenny Forsythe – Stramash, Scotland. In this workshop Kenny will explore using landscapes and demystifying for the mainstream parent, embedding outdoor learning for as many children as possible nationally.   […]

Journeying with the natural world: Nature-centric models and therapeutic connection

Marina Robb, Circle of Life Rediscovery CIC and The Outdoor Teacher. This presentation/workshop will introduce ‘Nature-centric’ models that lie beneath the nature-based programmes for all ages, and practices offered in […]

Learning on a climate adaptive school grounds

Cedric Ryckaert  – Sint-Paulusschool Kortrijk, Belguim The school ground of Sint-Paulusschool Kortrijk, Belgium has seen a drastic make-over. Where it used to be a dull, concrete school ground, it has […]

Friday 24th September 2021

Nurturing Nature – everyday outdoor play in Scotland

Gordon Maclean, Training and Development Officer, Learning through Landscapes, Scotland Join Gordon for a romp through the Nurturing Nature programme. This 10-week programme supports everyday play outdoors, using local and […]

Child-Friendly Placemaking: How Children Are Leading the Transformation of Community Spaces

Heidi Campbell, Senior Manager, Evergreen Canada We are excited to share with you our inclusive child-friendly approach to placemaking and creating more inclusive and connected communities in cities. You will […]

Auchlone Nature Kindergarten – Virtual Tour with Clare Warden

Clare Warden, Living Classrooms, Scotland Clare will take us on a tour of Auchlone Nature Kindergarten, a pioneer outdoor kindergarten in Perthshire, Scotland. We will meet children and staff, and […]

Designing Play into the Playground

Wiktoria Szulik, Landscape Architect, Wardell Armstrong, UK. The presentation discusses case study projects from the Wardell Armstrong 1140h Early Years Expansion projects portfolio. Wiktoria will explore how their unique child-centric […]

Why movies? The case of The Beginning of Life Outside

Lais Fluery, Alana Institute, Children and Nature Programme, Brazil Why movies? We believe powerful and inspiring stories are tools of empathy. The beginning of conversations unleashes transformation. We believe in […]

A Fresh Start for Young Learners

Joanne Dempster, STEM Tutor, the Princes Foundation, Scotland Fresh Starts is a multi-day, cross curricular programme delivered by Dumfries House, aiming to provide an exciting outdoor learning experience for young […]

Increasing Outdoor Play – globally and school by school

Cath Prisk, The Outdoor People and Global Director of Outdoor Classroom Day “They sound so much happier, what changed?” Caretaker’s wife, whose house borders a school that had started to […]

Early Start in Science- how schoolyard learning gardens can support science literacy in urban communities

Jane Hirschi, Executive Director, City Sprouts, Boston (USA) The workshop will present the preliminary findings of the CitySprouts Early Start in Science initiative for ages 4-10, a science learning program […]

The problem is the solution: How permaculture can help you overcome your schools challenges

Lusi Alderslowe, Children in Permaculture Coordinator Discussing the permaculture principle, ‘the problem is the solution’, we will give some excellent examples of how permaculture has helped schools to overcome challenges. […]

The Oasis schoolyard project, Paris

Raphaëlle Thiollier, Oasis Schoolyard Project Manager, City of Paris OASIS – School yards: Openness, Adaptation, Sensitisation, Innovation and Social ties: Design and transformation of local urban areas adapted to climate […]

Outdoor Learning and Teacher Practice – Challenges and Opportunities

Alex Parrington, Monash University/Cornish College, Australia In 2020 I completed a self-study of outdoor learning teacher practice. I was able to collect data on site in Terms 1 and 4 […]

Making the most of community assets-opening school grounds for playing

Marianne Manello, Assistant Director, Play Wales Children’s access to outdoor space for play, exercise and enjoyment differs greatly across Wales and this was heightened during the coronavirus pandemic. Some children […]

The wonder of woodwork (Early Years)

Pete Moorhouse, Irresistible Learning, UK Looking at the the why and how . The rich associated learning and development and how to establish woodwork provision, best tools how to set […]

Out to Play by Eco Drama

Emily Reid, Ben Mali Macfaden, EcoDrama, Scotland Out to Play is a unique arts-based outdoor learning project delivered by Eco Drama, supported by the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, which sees drama […]

Learning to Make Behaviour Maps in school grounds

Mohammed Zakiul Islam, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology We need to audit and assess the current use of a school ground if we want to improve a school grounds. […]

A practitioners view of bringing Outdoor Pre-school to the mainstream parent

Kenny Forsythe – Stramash, Scotland. In this workshop Kenny will explore using landscapes and demystifying for the mainstream parent, embedding outdoor learning for as many children as possible nationally.   […]

Journeying with the natural world: Nature-centric models and therapeutic connection

Marina Robb, Circle of Life Rediscovery CIC and The Outdoor Teacher. This presentation/workshop will introduce ‘Nature-centric’ models that lie beneath the nature-based programmes for all ages, and practices offered in […]

Learning on a climate adaptive school grounds

Cedric Ryckaert  – Sint-Paulusschool Kortrijk, Belguim The school ground of Sint-Paulusschool Kortrijk, Belgium has seen a drastic make-over. Where it used to be a dull, concrete school ground, it has […]

Saturday 25th September 2021

Nurturing Nature – everyday outdoor play in Scotland

Gordon Maclean, Training and Development Officer, Learning through Landscapes, Scotland Join Gordon for a romp through the Nurturing Nature programme. This 10-week programme supports everyday play outdoors, using local and […]

Child-Friendly Placemaking: How Children Are Leading the Transformation of Community Spaces

Heidi Campbell, Senior Manager, Evergreen Canada We are excited to share with you our inclusive child-friendly approach to placemaking and creating more inclusive and connected communities in cities. You will […]

Auchlone Nature Kindergarten – Virtual Tour with Clare Warden

Clare Warden, Living Classrooms, Scotland Clare will take us on a tour of Auchlone Nature Kindergarten, a pioneer outdoor kindergarten in Perthshire, Scotland. We will meet children and staff, and […]

Designing Play into the Playground

Wiktoria Szulik, Landscape Architect, Wardell Armstrong, UK. The presentation discusses case study projects from the Wardell Armstrong 1140h Early Years Expansion projects portfolio. Wiktoria will explore how their unique child-centric […]

Why movies? The case of The Beginning of Life Outside

Lais Fluery, Alana Institute, Children and Nature Programme, Brazil Why movies? We believe powerful and inspiring stories are tools of empathy. The beginning of conversations unleashes transformation. We believe in […]

A Fresh Start for Young Learners

Joanne Dempster, STEM Tutor, the Princes Foundation, Scotland Fresh Starts is a multi-day, cross curricular programme delivered by Dumfries House, aiming to provide an exciting outdoor learning experience for young […]

Increasing Outdoor Play – globally and school by school

Cath Prisk, The Outdoor People and Global Director of Outdoor Classroom Day “They sound so much happier, what changed?” Caretaker’s wife, whose house borders a school that had started to […]

Early Start in Science- how schoolyard learning gardens can support science literacy in urban communities

Jane Hirschi, Executive Director, City Sprouts, Boston (USA) The workshop will present the preliminary findings of the CitySprouts Early Start in Science initiative for ages 4-10, a science learning program […]

The problem is the solution: How permaculture can help you overcome your schools challenges

Lusi Alderslowe, Children in Permaculture Coordinator Discussing the permaculture principle, ‘the problem is the solution’, we will give some excellent examples of how permaculture has helped schools to overcome challenges. […]

The Oasis schoolyard project, Paris

Raphaëlle Thiollier, Oasis Schoolyard Project Manager, City of Paris OASIS – School yards: Openness, Adaptation, Sensitisation, Innovation and Social ties: Design and transformation of local urban areas adapted to climate […]

Outdoor Learning and Teacher Practice – Challenges and Opportunities

Alex Parrington, Monash University/Cornish College, Australia In 2020 I completed a self-study of outdoor learning teacher practice. I was able to collect data on site in Terms 1 and 4 […]

Making the most of community assets-opening school grounds for playing

Marianne Manello, Assistant Director, Play Wales Children’s access to outdoor space for play, exercise and enjoyment differs greatly across Wales and this was heightened during the coronavirus pandemic. Some children […]

The wonder of woodwork (Early Years)

Pete Moorhouse, Irresistible Learning, UK Looking at the the why and how . The rich associated learning and development and how to establish woodwork provision, best tools how to set […]

Out to Play by Eco Drama

Emily Reid, Ben Mali Macfaden, EcoDrama, Scotland Out to Play is a unique arts-based outdoor learning project delivered by Eco Drama, supported by the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, which sees drama […]

Learning to Make Behaviour Maps in school grounds

Mohammed Zakiul Islam, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology We need to audit and assess the current use of a school ground if we want to improve a school grounds. […]

A practitioners view of bringing Outdoor Pre-school to the mainstream parent

Kenny Forsythe – Stramash, Scotland. In this workshop Kenny will explore using landscapes and demystifying for the mainstream parent, embedding outdoor learning for as many children as possible nationally.   […]

Journeying with the natural world: Nature-centric models and therapeutic connection

Marina Robb, Circle of Life Rediscovery CIC and The Outdoor Teacher. This presentation/workshop will introduce ‘Nature-centric’ models that lie beneath the nature-based programmes for all ages, and practices offered in […]

Learning on a climate adaptive school grounds

Cedric Ryckaert  – Sint-Paulusschool Kortrijk, Belguim The school ground of Sint-Paulusschool Kortrijk, Belgium has seen a drastic make-over. Where it used to be a dull, concrete school ground, it has […]

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