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Special Report: Outdoor Learning

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.

London Borough of Hackney

What did they do? Primary school children across Hackney battled it out last week in the finals of Hackney Personal Bests, a health-based sports programme that teaches young people how diet and nutrition in conjunction with sports can encourage healthy lifestyles.

The Marine Conservation Society

What are they doing? The Marine Conservation Society is embarking on its fifth year touring primary schools across the UK. Its interactive event, the Cool Seas Roadshow, is designed to inspire pupils to learn more about marine conservation and the creatures that live in the UK's seas.

Norwich City Council

What did they do? Three Norwich schools have received the nationally recognised Excellence in Enterprise Education Award. Pupils and staff from Clare School, Sewell Park College and Woodside Pupil Referral Unit collected their awards from the High Sheriff of Norfolk Charles Barrett.

Hangleton Infants School, Brighton

  • Friday, March 26, 2010
What did it do? Hangleton Infants School has been working hard to turn itself around since failing its Ofsted inspection in 2000. Now the school is celebrating after being judged outstanding in a recent visit by the same inspector that criticised it 10 years ago.

Schools in London and Paris

What are they doing? Drama lessons at Ricards Lodge High School in Wimbledon are going continental, as pupils use technology to communicate with their peers at College Colette Sartrouville in Paris. Pupils at both schools are being brought together to rehearse two plays by Shakespeare and Moliere.

The Michael Tippett School, Lambeth, London

  • Tuesday, January 6, 2009
How many pupils? The school provides 80 places for 11- to 19-year-olds with complex needs. Most pupils have severe or profound and multiple learning difficulties. The rest are on the autistic spectrum or have sensory, medical or physical disabilities.

Randlay Primary School and Nursery, Telford

What did they do? Pupils, parents and staff at Randlay Primary School and Nursery took part in a healthy lifestyles evening, designed to promote personal, social and health education (PSHE) for people of all ages.

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