We’re the proud new guardians of Outdoor Classroom Day!
We’re delighted to share the exciting news that Learning through Landscapes has taken over the guardianship of Outdoor Classroom Day.
Welcome to Learning through Landscapes
The UK’s leading outdoor learning and play charity, working to make outdoor learning and play part of every school day.
We support schools and early years settings to make the most of their outdoor spaces, helping every child enjoy the benefits of learning and playing outdoors.
For over 30 years, we’ve been at the forefront of this work, using our unrivalled knowledge and expertise to enrich the curriculum, foster a deeper connection to nature, and promote good health and wellbeing for all learners.
How We Help
For over 30 years, our core work has been developing and delivering a range of in-person and online training courses to help embed outdoor learning and play in schools and early years settings.
As the UK’s leading outdoor learning and play charity, we’ve been at the forefront of developing and delivering projects that connect children and young people to the natural world.
Developed by our team of educators, our outdoor learning and play activities for all age groups and subject areas are designed to help schools and early years settings teach the curriculum outdoors.
Join Our Community
Our members gain exclusive access to a comprehensive set of tools and support that will help you to deliver an exceptional level of outdoor learning and play.
The trainers were absolutely brilliant. Their enthusiasm was positively infectious and gave me a new love of life in the outdoors! They were insightful, knowledgeable, flexible to the needs of the group, and made the whole training experience one to remember.
— Bethany, a Forest Kindergarten Leader Course attendee
I have loved seeing how much my son has grown and become part of the group. The change in the confidence and happiness of my wee girl is life changing to me. It actually brings me to tears of happiness! I want to say a massive thank you — the sessions you run are amazing.
— Elaine, a parent who participated in our Nurturing Nature workshops
Break times will improve because everyone will be more sociable, everyone will talk to each other more, and people will feel more included. Everyone will want to be in the school grounds. I’ve made new friends and learned communication skills and how to have fun with other people.
— Pupils who participated in Better Breaktimes, Better Transitions
Our Areas of Work
Our work enriches the curriculum by helping educators provide hands-on, meaningful, and memorable experiences that cater to diverse learning styles and abilities.
By fostering a deeper connection to nature, learning and playing outdoors brings climate education to life and empowers children to make a difference.
Outdoor learning and play promotes good health and wellbeing for all, leading to better behaviour, stronger relationships, and increased engagement with the school day.