Our Speakers and Workshops

Options to attend:

  1. In person, in Scotland. Attend in person the workshops and tours. Included is free access to all the pre-recorded digital sessions for a year and the daily discussion sessions.
  2. Online Attendee. Access to all pre-recorded sessions in your own time during the conference and for a year after. You can also watch a few key sessions live online and join the daily discussion sessions online.
  3. Online, after the conference. Access the pre-recorded sessions on a session by session basis.

Pre-Conference Webinars

5 ways to celebrate Outdoor Classroom Day

On May 23, thousands of schools around the world are stepping outside for Outdoor Classroom Day – here’s how to get involved.

How to write a winning Local School Nature Grant application

Local School Nature Grants are back! Explore our tips and tricks for writing a winning application.

How to teach STEM outdoors

Ahead of British Science Week, discover the benefits of taking STEM into the school grounds, plus ideas for teaching STEM outdoors from early years to secondary school.

Getting started on improving your school grounds for outdoor learning and play

Looking to make improvements to your school grounds? Discover why an audit is the ideal first step in any school grounds development plan.

How getting muddy supports children’s mental health

Explore how mud play can support young children’s mental health, including ten activities to try ahead of Children’s Mental Health Week.

Our new book launch: Teaching the Primary Curriculum Outdoors

BUY ‘TEACHING THE PRIMARY CURRICULUM OUTDOORS’ HERE It takes a village to raise a child; and it turns out that it takes an entire charity delivery team to birth a […]

Reclaiming school grounds for children’s mental health

Ahead of Children’s Mental Health Week, discover why we must maximise the potential of our school grounds to support children’s mental health.

2023 Year in Review: Bringing Climate Education to the Forefront

Our CEO, Carley Sefton, reflects on the new beginnings brought by 2023 and looks ahead to the future of climate education.

Why you should try outdoor learning in 2024 | Ask Educators

We asked educators to tell us why they choose to take learning outdoors — and why you should join them!

Outdoor Classroom Day: An exciting announcement

We’re delighted to announce that Learning through Landscapes are the proud new guardians of Outdoor Classroom Day!

Celebrating the My School, My Planet project in Walsall

We came together with everyone involved with the My School, My Planet project in Walsall to celebrate their achievements — find out more about the event.

Create Climate Ready School Grounds with our new resources

Discover new resources to help you create Climate Ready School Grounds that double as inspiring environments for outdoor learning and play.

My School, My Planet underway across North West

My School, My Planet is in progress in schools across the North West of England – learn more about this exciting project.

My School, My Planet taking place in Walsall

My School, My Planet is underway in schools across Walsall – learn more about our flagship outdoor learning project.

Target 2030 – A movement for people, planet and prosperity: Scotland’s Learning for Sustainability Action Plan 2023-2030

A Learning for Sustainability Action Plan has been launched in Scotland to ensure that every school will be sustainable by 2030.

Why the summer holidays are essential for teacher wellbeing

Contrary to popular belief, the summer holidays aren’t just for fun and games – they’re essential for teacher wellbeing.

Teacher confidence: Why it’s integral to outdoor learning

Research shows that teacher confidence is the biggest obstacle to outdoor learning. Find out why it matters, and how to build it.

Teacher confidence: How to develop outdoor learning at your school

Teacher confidence is the key to developing outdoor learning for the long term — find out how to build it at your school.

Our ‘Taking Literacy Outdoors: Early Years’ online training course is here

Take the classroom outdoors with our outdoor literacy online training course for early years practitioners.

How to teach literacy outdoors

If you would love to teach literacy outdoors but don’t know where to start, explore our lesson ideas and quick tips.

How schools can use the outdoors to help children cope with uncertainty

Children are living in an age of uncertainty. Explore how your school can use the outdoors to help children cope.

Climate action: our recommendations for delivering effective climate education

Take a deep dive into our recommendations for bringing about meaningful climate action through effective climate education.

How can schools help tackle climate change?

Our collaboration with Architecture & Design Scotland is seeking to tackle climate change by making Scotland’s school grounds climate-ready.

Teacher wellbeing: Our tips for managing behaviour in the outdoor classroom

Pupil behaviour can have an enormous impact on teacher wellbeing. Taking the classroom outdoors could be the solution.

How outdoor learning can help you fulfil the four purposes of the new Curriculum for Wales

The new Curriculum for Wales is here! Explore the part that outdoor learning has to play in fulfilling its requirements.

Department for Education announce major new climate project

Discover how we are supporting quality climate education through the delivery of the National Education Nature Park.

Myth busting: Why bad weather isn’t an obstacle to outdoor learning

Oh, the weather outside is frightful — but why should that stop you? Let’s bust the most pervasive myth about outdoor learning…

2022 Year in Review: New Partnerships, New Projects, and New Publications

Our CEO, Carley Sefton, reflects on a difficult year and finds the silver lining in the shape of LtL’s growing global reach and influence.

Our top tips for newcomers to outdoor learning | Ask Educators

We asked educators to share their advice for newcomers to outdoor learning — discover their top tips for teaching outdoors.

3 things you need to know about outdoor learning in the early years | Ask Educators

We asked early childhood educators to share their essential knowledge for taking learning outdoors in the early years.

5 barriers to outdoor learning at primary school and how to overcome them | Ask Educators

We asked educators to share their advice for overcoming some common obstacles to outdoor learning at primary school.

How to teach any subject outdoors at secondary school | Ask Educators

We asked secondary school educators to share their strategies for outdoor learning across every subject.

The evidence that shows how outdoor learning and play support children’s mental health

This Children’s Mental Health Week, explore how outdoor learning and play can boost mental health and support meaningful connections at school.

Making outdoor learning and play inclusive of girls

On International Women’s Day, explore four ways to ensure that outdoor learning and play is safe, inclusive, and accessible for girls.

Boost biodiversity in your school grounds with our Natural Nations surveys

As the Natural Nations project comes to an end, explore our ideas for using our surveys to boost biodiversity in your school grounds.

How to teach numeracy outdoors

Make maths come alive for your pupils with 5 ideas for teaching numeracy outdoors from early years to secondary school.

National Education Nature Park: Pupils test activities at RHS Bridgewater

On Outdoor Classroom Day, pupils attended RHS Bridgewater to test activities for the National Education Nature Park.

A Grimsby primary’s outdoor learning progress

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 […]

Building dens and building connections at a Norwich primary

Local School Nature Grants helped 625 educational settings to improve outdoor learning last year. Queen’s Hill Primary in Norwich has already seen the benefits… Based in the outskirts of Norwich, […]

Help us win a Charity Film Award!

We’re finalists in the 2023 Charity Film Awards! Will you help us secure the ‘People’s Choice’ award by voting for our film?

My School My Planet – new research findings

As we tackle the question of how to return to school, new evidence from our My School, My Planet project shows that dedicated outdoor education programmes can support disadvantaged pupils […]

Comparing Forest Kindergarten and Forest School

Forest Kindergarten and Forest School might seem similar, but they’re very different courses. Let’s compare the two…

The global movement that’s improving child health and wellbeing, nature connection and engagement in learning

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 [...]

The history of Forest Kindergarten in the UK

Forest Kindergarten plays a big part in what we do at Learning through Landscapes — but what is it? Explore the Forest Kindergarten qualification in detail…

Feedback from our latest Forest Kindergarten training course

Last week’s Forest Kindergarten course in Stirling was a resounding success! Here’s some feedback from attendees…

Using an outdoor curriculum to boost wellbeing

Explore how schools across the UK are using an outdoor learning curriculum to support pupil wellbeing after the pandemic.

Wrapping up the school year and reflecting on wellbeing

We’ve pulled together our thoughts and tips for wrapping up the school year whilst focusing on wellbeing for both you and your pupils.

5 ways to develop your school grounds for outdoor learning and play

School grounds play a vital role in a child’s development, discover 5 key ways to develop your grounds for outdoor learning and play Children are spending less and less time […]

Celebrating the Polli:Gen project highlights

Following an exciting and impactful Polli:Gen project earlier this year, we’re sharing a celebratory highlights video for the Leicester based project We are delighted to share a very special video […]

5 key benefits of outdoor learning

Taking learning outdoors can enhance education and improve mental health Here are 5 key benefits for children Stepping outside feels good – many of you reading this will already know and […]

Day 1 – Thursday 23rd September 2021

5 ways to celebrate Outdoor Classroom Day

On May 23, thousands of schools around the world are stepping outside for Outdoor Classroom Day – here’s how to get involved.

How to write a winning Local School Nature Grant application

Local School Nature Grants are back! Explore our tips and tricks for writing a winning application.

How to teach STEM outdoors

Ahead of British Science Week, discover the benefits of taking STEM into the school grounds, plus ideas for teaching STEM outdoors from early years to secondary school.

Getting started on improving your school grounds for outdoor learning and play

Looking to make improvements to your school grounds? Discover why an audit is the ideal first step in any school grounds development plan.

How getting muddy supports children’s mental health

Explore how mud play can support young children’s mental health, including ten activities to try ahead of Children’s Mental Health Week.

Our new book launch: Teaching the Primary Curriculum Outdoors

BUY ‘TEACHING THE PRIMARY CURRICULUM OUTDOORS’ HERE It takes a village to raise a child; and it turns out that it takes an entire charity delivery team to birth a […]

Reclaiming school grounds for children’s mental health

Ahead of Children’s Mental Health Week, discover why we must maximise the potential of our school grounds to support children’s mental health.

2023 Year in Review: Bringing Climate Education to the Forefront

Our CEO, Carley Sefton, reflects on the new beginnings brought by 2023 and looks ahead to the future of climate education.

Why you should try outdoor learning in 2024 | Ask Educators

We asked educators to tell us why they choose to take learning outdoors — and why you should join them!

Outdoor Classroom Day: An exciting announcement

We’re delighted to announce that Learning through Landscapes are the proud new guardians of Outdoor Classroom Day!

Celebrating the My School, My Planet project in Walsall

We came together with everyone involved with the My School, My Planet project in Walsall to celebrate their achievements — find out more about the event.

Create Climate Ready School Grounds with our new resources

Discover new resources to help you create Climate Ready School Grounds that double as inspiring environments for outdoor learning and play.

My School, My Planet underway across North West

My School, My Planet is in progress in schools across the North West of England – learn more about this exciting project.

My School, My Planet taking place in Walsall

My School, My Planet is underway in schools across Walsall – learn more about our flagship outdoor learning project.

Target 2030 – A movement for people, planet and prosperity: Scotland’s Learning for Sustainability Action Plan 2023-2030

A Learning for Sustainability Action Plan has been launched in Scotland to ensure that every school will be sustainable by 2030.

Why the summer holidays are essential for teacher wellbeing

Contrary to popular belief, the summer holidays aren’t just for fun and games – they’re essential for teacher wellbeing.

Teacher confidence: Why it’s integral to outdoor learning

Research shows that teacher confidence is the biggest obstacle to outdoor learning. Find out why it matters, and how to build it.

Teacher confidence: How to develop outdoor learning at your school

Teacher confidence is the key to developing outdoor learning for the long term — find out how to build it at your school.

Our ‘Taking Literacy Outdoors: Early Years’ online training course is here

Take the classroom outdoors with our outdoor literacy online training course for early years practitioners.

How to teach literacy outdoors

If you would love to teach literacy outdoors but don’t know where to start, explore our lesson ideas and quick tips.

How schools can use the outdoors to help children cope with uncertainty

Children are living in an age of uncertainty. Explore how your school can use the outdoors to help children cope.

Climate action: our recommendations for delivering effective climate education

Take a deep dive into our recommendations for bringing about meaningful climate action through effective climate education.

How can schools help tackle climate change?

Our collaboration with Architecture & Design Scotland is seeking to tackle climate change by making Scotland’s school grounds climate-ready.

Teacher wellbeing: Our tips for managing behaviour in the outdoor classroom

Pupil behaviour can have an enormous impact on teacher wellbeing. Taking the classroom outdoors could be the solution.

How outdoor learning can help you fulfil the four purposes of the new Curriculum for Wales

The new Curriculum for Wales is here! Explore the part that outdoor learning has to play in fulfilling its requirements.

Department for Education announce major new climate project

Discover how we are supporting quality climate education through the delivery of the National Education Nature Park.

Myth busting: Why bad weather isn’t an obstacle to outdoor learning

Oh, the weather outside is frightful — but why should that stop you? Let’s bust the most pervasive myth about outdoor learning…

2022 Year in Review: New Partnerships, New Projects, and New Publications

Our CEO, Carley Sefton, reflects on a difficult year and finds the silver lining in the shape of LtL’s growing global reach and influence.

Our top tips for newcomers to outdoor learning | Ask Educators

We asked educators to share their advice for newcomers to outdoor learning — discover their top tips for teaching outdoors.

3 things you need to know about outdoor learning in the early years | Ask Educators

We asked early childhood educators to share their essential knowledge for taking learning outdoors in the early years.

5 barriers to outdoor learning at primary school and how to overcome them | Ask Educators

We asked educators to share their advice for overcoming some common obstacles to outdoor learning at primary school.

How to teach any subject outdoors at secondary school | Ask Educators

We asked secondary school educators to share their strategies for outdoor learning across every subject.

The evidence that shows how outdoor learning and play support children’s mental health

This Children’s Mental Health Week, explore how outdoor learning and play can boost mental health and support meaningful connections at school.

Making outdoor learning and play inclusive of girls

On International Women’s Day, explore four ways to ensure that outdoor learning and play is safe, inclusive, and accessible for girls.

Boost biodiversity in your school grounds with our Natural Nations surveys

As the Natural Nations project comes to an end, explore our ideas for using our surveys to boost biodiversity in your school grounds.

How to teach numeracy outdoors

Make maths come alive for your pupils with 5 ideas for teaching numeracy outdoors from early years to secondary school.

National Education Nature Park: Pupils test activities at RHS Bridgewater

On Outdoor Classroom Day, pupils attended RHS Bridgewater to test activities for the National Education Nature Park.

A Grimsby primary’s outdoor learning progress

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 […]

Building dens and building connections at a Norwich primary

Local School Nature Grants helped 625 educational settings to improve outdoor learning last year. Queen’s Hill Primary in Norwich has already seen the benefits… Based in the outskirts of Norwich, […]

Help us win a Charity Film Award!

We’re finalists in the 2023 Charity Film Awards! Will you help us secure the ‘People’s Choice’ award by voting for our film?

My School My Planet – new research findings

As we tackle the question of how to return to school, new evidence from our My School, My Planet project shows that dedicated outdoor education programmes can support disadvantaged pupils […]

Comparing Forest Kindergarten and Forest School

Forest Kindergarten and Forest School might seem similar, but they’re very different courses. Let’s compare the two…

The global movement that’s improving child health and wellbeing, nature connection and engagement in learning

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 [...]

The history of Forest Kindergarten in the UK

Forest Kindergarten plays a big part in what we do at Learning through Landscapes — but what is it? Explore the Forest Kindergarten qualification in detail…

Feedback from our latest Forest Kindergarten training course

Last week’s Forest Kindergarten course in Stirling was a resounding success! Here’s some feedback from attendees…

Using an outdoor curriculum to boost wellbeing

Explore how schools across the UK are using an outdoor learning curriculum to support pupil wellbeing after the pandemic.

Wrapping up the school year and reflecting on wellbeing

We’ve pulled together our thoughts and tips for wrapping up the school year whilst focusing on wellbeing for both you and your pupils.

5 ways to develop your school grounds for outdoor learning and play

School grounds play a vital role in a child’s development, discover 5 key ways to develop your grounds for outdoor learning and play Children are spending less and less time […]

Celebrating the Polli:Gen project highlights

Following an exciting and impactful Polli:Gen project earlier this year, we’re sharing a celebratory highlights video for the Leicester based project We are delighted to share a very special video […]

5 key benefits of outdoor learning

Taking learning outdoors can enhance education and improve mental health Here are 5 key benefits for children Stepping outside feels good – many of you reading this will already know and […]

Day 2 – Friday 24th September 2021

5 ways to celebrate Outdoor Classroom Day

On May 23, thousands of schools around the world are stepping outside for Outdoor Classroom Day – here’s how to get involved.

How to write a winning Local School Nature Grant application

Local School Nature Grants are back! Explore our tips and tricks for writing a winning application.

How to teach STEM outdoors

Ahead of British Science Week, discover the benefits of taking STEM into the school grounds, plus ideas for teaching STEM outdoors from early years to secondary school.

Getting started on improving your school grounds for outdoor learning and play

Looking to make improvements to your school grounds? Discover why an audit is the ideal first step in any school grounds development plan.

How getting muddy supports children’s mental health

Explore how mud play can support young children’s mental health, including ten activities to try ahead of Children’s Mental Health Week.

Our new book launch: Teaching the Primary Curriculum Outdoors

BUY ‘TEACHING THE PRIMARY CURRICULUM OUTDOORS’ HERE It takes a village to raise a child; and it turns out that it takes an entire charity delivery team to birth a […]

Reclaiming school grounds for children’s mental health

Ahead of Children’s Mental Health Week, discover why we must maximise the potential of our school grounds to support children’s mental health.

2023 Year in Review: Bringing Climate Education to the Forefront

Our CEO, Carley Sefton, reflects on the new beginnings brought by 2023 and looks ahead to the future of climate education.

Why you should try outdoor learning in 2024 | Ask Educators

We asked educators to tell us why they choose to take learning outdoors — and why you should join them!

Outdoor Classroom Day: An exciting announcement

We’re delighted to announce that Learning through Landscapes are the proud new guardians of Outdoor Classroom Day!

Celebrating the My School, My Planet project in Walsall

We came together with everyone involved with the My School, My Planet project in Walsall to celebrate their achievements — find out more about the event.

Create Climate Ready School Grounds with our new resources

Discover new resources to help you create Climate Ready School Grounds that double as inspiring environments for outdoor learning and play.

My School, My Planet underway across North West

My School, My Planet is in progress in schools across the North West of England – learn more about this exciting project.

My School, My Planet taking place in Walsall

My School, My Planet is underway in schools across Walsall – learn more about our flagship outdoor learning project.

Target 2030 – A movement for people, planet and prosperity: Scotland’s Learning for Sustainability Action Plan 2023-2030

A Learning for Sustainability Action Plan has been launched in Scotland to ensure that every school will be sustainable by 2030.

Why the summer holidays are essential for teacher wellbeing

Contrary to popular belief, the summer holidays aren’t just for fun and games – they’re essential for teacher wellbeing.

Teacher confidence: Why it’s integral to outdoor learning

Research shows that teacher confidence is the biggest obstacle to outdoor learning. Find out why it matters, and how to build it.

Teacher confidence: How to develop outdoor learning at your school

Teacher confidence is the key to developing outdoor learning for the long term — find out how to build it at your school.

Our ‘Taking Literacy Outdoors: Early Years’ online training course is here

Take the classroom outdoors with our outdoor literacy online training course for early years practitioners.

How to teach literacy outdoors

If you would love to teach literacy outdoors but don’t know where to start, explore our lesson ideas and quick tips.

How schools can use the outdoors to help children cope with uncertainty

Children are living in an age of uncertainty. Explore how your school can use the outdoors to help children cope.

Climate action: our recommendations for delivering effective climate education

Take a deep dive into our recommendations for bringing about meaningful climate action through effective climate education.

How can schools help tackle climate change?

Our collaboration with Architecture & Design Scotland is seeking to tackle climate change by making Scotland’s school grounds climate-ready.

Teacher wellbeing: Our tips for managing behaviour in the outdoor classroom

Pupil behaviour can have an enormous impact on teacher wellbeing. Taking the classroom outdoors could be the solution.

How outdoor learning can help you fulfil the four purposes of the new Curriculum for Wales

The new Curriculum for Wales is here! Explore the part that outdoor learning has to play in fulfilling its requirements.

Department for Education announce major new climate project

Discover how we are supporting quality climate education through the delivery of the National Education Nature Park.

Myth busting: Why bad weather isn’t an obstacle to outdoor learning

Oh, the weather outside is frightful — but why should that stop you? Let’s bust the most pervasive myth about outdoor learning…

2022 Year in Review: New Partnerships, New Projects, and New Publications

Our CEO, Carley Sefton, reflects on a difficult year and finds the silver lining in the shape of LtL’s growing global reach and influence.

Our top tips for newcomers to outdoor learning | Ask Educators

We asked educators to share their advice for newcomers to outdoor learning — discover their top tips for teaching outdoors.

3 things you need to know about outdoor learning in the early years | Ask Educators

We asked early childhood educators to share their essential knowledge for taking learning outdoors in the early years.

5 barriers to outdoor learning at primary school and how to overcome them | Ask Educators

We asked educators to share their advice for overcoming some common obstacles to outdoor learning at primary school.

How to teach any subject outdoors at secondary school | Ask Educators

We asked secondary school educators to share their strategies for outdoor learning across every subject.

The evidence that shows how outdoor learning and play support children’s mental health

This Children’s Mental Health Week, explore how outdoor learning and play can boost mental health and support meaningful connections at school.

Making outdoor learning and play inclusive of girls

On International Women’s Day, explore four ways to ensure that outdoor learning and play is safe, inclusive, and accessible for girls.

Boost biodiversity in your school grounds with our Natural Nations surveys

As the Natural Nations project comes to an end, explore our ideas for using our surveys to boost biodiversity in your school grounds.

How to teach numeracy outdoors

Make maths come alive for your pupils with 5 ideas for teaching numeracy outdoors from early years to secondary school.

National Education Nature Park: Pupils test activities at RHS Bridgewater

On Outdoor Classroom Day, pupils attended RHS Bridgewater to test activities for the National Education Nature Park.

A Grimsby primary’s outdoor learning progress

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 […]

Building dens and building connections at a Norwich primary

Local School Nature Grants helped 625 educational settings to improve outdoor learning last year. Queen’s Hill Primary in Norwich has already seen the benefits… Based in the outskirts of Norwich, […]

Help us win a Charity Film Award!

We’re finalists in the 2023 Charity Film Awards! Will you help us secure the ‘People’s Choice’ award by voting for our film?

My School My Planet – new research findings

As we tackle the question of how to return to school, new evidence from our My School, My Planet project shows that dedicated outdoor education programmes can support disadvantaged pupils […]

Comparing Forest Kindergarten and Forest School

Forest Kindergarten and Forest School might seem similar, but they’re very different courses. Let’s compare the two…

The global movement that’s improving child health and wellbeing, nature connection and engagement in learning

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 [...]

The history of Forest Kindergarten in the UK

Forest Kindergarten plays a big part in what we do at Learning through Landscapes — but what is it? Explore the Forest Kindergarten qualification in detail…

Feedback from our latest Forest Kindergarten training course

Last week’s Forest Kindergarten course in Stirling was a resounding success! Here’s some feedback from attendees…

Using an outdoor curriculum to boost wellbeing

Explore how schools across the UK are using an outdoor learning curriculum to support pupil wellbeing after the pandemic.

Wrapping up the school year and reflecting on wellbeing

We’ve pulled together our thoughts and tips for wrapping up the school year whilst focusing on wellbeing for both you and your pupils.

5 ways to develop your school grounds for outdoor learning and play

School grounds play a vital role in a child’s development, discover 5 key ways to develop your grounds for outdoor learning and play Children are spending less and less time […]

Celebrating the Polli:Gen project highlights

Following an exciting and impactful Polli:Gen project earlier this year, we’re sharing a celebratory highlights video for the Leicester based project We are delighted to share a very special video […]

5 key benefits of outdoor learning

Taking learning outdoors can enhance education and improve mental health Here are 5 key benefits for children Stepping outside feels good – many of you reading this will already know and […]

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