See information on our policies.
Below you will find more information on the policies we have in place. These cover the use of our website, our work to minimise our impact on the environment and much more.
Health and Safety
LtL has a duty of care to our staff, our Accredited Network, partners, customers and the children we work with. Our Health and Safety Policy is the core of this work, alongside our wider Risk Management Processes.
Our approach goes beyond an internal set of processes, we share our policies and approaches publicly and fully engage all staff in improving how we work. This shares our good practice, so supporting others who work outdoors and in education, and ensures our staff have the skills and decision making ability to keep themselves and others safe.
Here at Learning through Landscapes, we believe that at all times the welfare of the child is paramount – view our full child protection policy.
LtL is committed to preserving the privacy of every visitor to this website. We hope you will enjoy navigating and using our website; completely safe in the knowledge that we are committed to protecting your privacy and security online.
LtL is committed to genuine equality of opportunity in all aspects of its activities as an employer and as a national charity promoting children’s rights. Our Equal Opportunities Policy is available to download for further information.
When recruiting our staff and partners, we use this Equal Opportunity Monitoring Form.
Caring for our environment
LtL will endeavour to manage its business in a sustainable manner using products, techniques and education programmes that produce minimum environmental impact consistent with the safe and effective operation of its work. Please read our environmental policy to find out more about our aims, objectives, and achievements.
Childs Right’s and Wellbeing Impact Assessment (CRWIA)
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) is at the heart of our work as LtL.
This Child’s Rights and Wellbeing Impact Assessment (CRWIA) explains how we are embedding the UNCRC in all our policies and practical work across the organisation. This CRWIA is required for us to deliver projects in Wales and Scotland, as the UNCRC is now enacted into law. We work with many partners across the UK and globally who also require this assessment.
Our new membership services are designed to support Early years practitioners, teachers, school leaders, outdoor suppliers and service providers with the information and guidance they need to make the most of their outdoor areas. By signing up to these services you are agreeing to the terms and conditions set in our membership policy.
We hope that all of our members, supporters, and partners will have a positive experience working with and communicating with the Trust. However, should you wish to make a complaint, please view our complaints policy and procedure.
Open Course Bookings
LtL do run public courses, open to individuals booking on to them. We endeavour to work ethically with our customers. Our training courses require significant preparation and investment in booking venues, staff time, and equipment, and our booking terms reflect this. For more information, view our booking and cancellation policy.
Human Rights Compliance
At LtL we are committed to protecting the human rights of all our colleagues and of everyone who receives direct or indirect services from us. For more information, view our human rights compliance policy.