Special Report: Practice: Outdoor Learning - Practice examples: The Valley Project helps children build a better future

By Joanne Parkes
Tuesday, July 28, 2020

The Valley Project based on the Holme Wood Estate in Bradford is using outdoor learning as a means to help tackle isolation caused by poverty and promote social mobility.

Outdoor learning is used to tackle isolation among disadvantaged young people
Outdoor learning is used to tackle isolation among disadvantaged young people

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