This research assesses the benefits that improved school grounds bring to the academic, social and community life of a school.
Use natural materials such as leaves and rocks to represent numbers and create natural equations.
How is outdoor learning currently provided in your school? This audit tool looks at the outdoor learning your school provides ...
This outdoor lesson idea builds knowledge of angles and directions whilst hunting for treasure.
This is just one of dozens ...
A problem solving challenge involving the physical manipulation of data.
An easy way to reuse wastepaper and create plant pots that can go straight into the ground when the seeds ...
Use your whole body to consolidate angle and shape knowledge – not just your head!
This Polli:Nation Maintencance guide aims to help both schools and grounds staff maintain school grounds for the benefit of ...
A short paper relating the views of pupils and teachers about play in secondary schools.
This report is one of ...
Promote active maths and understanding of forces and motion by building and launching your very own stomp rocket.
Challenge small groups of blindfolded children to create a range of 2D shapes from a length of rope.
Turn your playground into Jurassic Park with scale models of dinosaurs and their footprints.
Many villages have scarecrow festivals can you bring that spirit to your own patch? Inspire others to do the same. ...
This school grounds audit tool is an extensive scoring system for existing school grounds, ideal as a starter before you ...
When imaginatively developed, school grounds can contribute to curriculum teaching and learning, and to better recreational and social interaction of ...
Investigate how effectively you can harness solar energy to heat water.
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