Embrace nature to transform children’s experience of learning

Craig Bennett, chief executive, The Wildlife Trusts
Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Imagine you are out in the fresh air, with the sun filtering through the trees. Looking around you notice tiny creatures in the grass, enjoy the sounds of birds calling, and you see the sky stretching out in front.

Craig Bennett: "Outdoor learning can offer solutions to the multiple challenges that children and young people are facing.” Picture: Richard Jinman
Craig Bennett: "Outdoor learning can offer solutions to the multiple challenges that children and young people are facing.” Picture: Richard Jinman

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