Special Report: Outdoor Learning

CYP Now
Tuesday, May 10, 2016

As public policy and research evidence highlights major benefits of outdoor learning for children, their access to the outside world is diminishing, but practitioners are developing innovative ways to engage.

Year 9 pupils will take part in an outdoor residential programme run by Outward Bound. Image: Outward Bound Trust
Year 9 pupils will take part in an outdoor residential programme run by Outward Bound. Image: Outward Bound Trust

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