Learn how Claire Abercrombie, one of our Training and Development Officers, helped St Mary’s Catholic Primary Academy to boost their outdoor learning practice. Delivering outdoor learning training in schools means […]
We are delighted to share with you the first set of newly designed resources for outdoor learning and play. As a charity with curriculum-led outdoor learning at its core, we want to ensure our activities cover […]
Mary Jackson, Learning through Landscapes’ Head of Education and Communities, explains why this year’s International School Grounds Alliance conference is especially important. On 23 and 24 September this year, the […]
Roni Hirsch, Erê Labs, Brazil. School spaces are territories of ideal possibilities for children to build references about body potential and group cooperation both individually and collectively. Erê Lab has […]
Engaging children in multidisciplinary, evidence-based mental and physical health equity solutions In this workshop, presenters will describe how ongoing collaborations between institutions of higher education, community-based environmental non-profits, and students, […]
Training, Inspiring, Protecting – Erasmus project The Training, Inspiring, Protecting Erasmus project is led by Birdlife Malta and the Maltese Ministry of Education. Learning through Landscapes (UK) and Birdlife Spain […]
Bouncing back with Nature Connection An interactive blend of theory and practice, exploring the critical difference between nature contact and nature connection. Why nature connection matters now more than ever; […]
The National COVID-19 Outdoor Learning Initiative: A Time-Tested Solution for a 21st Century Challenge The US National COVID-19 Outdoor Learning Initiative (NCOLI) was launched in May 2020 to help schools […]
We need you to help end clothing poverty in UK schools and make sure every child can get outdoors, whatever the weather. Make a donation here: https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/end-clothing-poverty-for-uk-schoolchildren Give a child […]
During Spring lockdown in the UK, Spain and Malta, our Swedish friends and Erasmus + Natural Nations partners Naturskolan i Lund and Lund University were able to make significant progress with testing pilot biodiversity surveys in […]
A slightly different set of resources from our colleagues at SEFARI (the Scottish Environment, Food and Agriculture Research Institutes) who are sharing educational activities and resources for teachers, parents and […]
Susie Smith, a passionate advocate of education for sustainability, discusses the success and impact of Outdoor Classroom Day. Outdoor Classroom Day is a global campaign to celebrate and inspire outdoor [...]
Mary Jackson, qualified teacher and Landscape Architect, discusses our latest project- Living through Landscapes- which is nearing completion after transforming the outdoor experiences of hundreds of people living with dementia. […]
Behind Greta Thunberg’s headline grabbing thunderstorm of the #YouthStrike4Climate and the Extinction Rebellion protests, there are a huge number of grassroots environmental youth movements tackling climate change and boosting young […]
Last year, Learning through Landscapes spoke with American Landscape Architect Claire Latané who believes that the design of school grounds really matters. She has a particular interest in how their […]
Clare Rooney, qualified teacher and experienced trainer, outlines her five top tips for teaching in outdoor environment. As a Training and Development Officer based in our office in Stirling, Clare […]
Outdoor learning is a phrase that covers so many wonderful learning experiences; from daily play in the nursery yard, through to maths lessons in the school grounds, forest schools, residential programmes, adventurous activities and even foreign expeditions.
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