Children discover examples of some of the foods that were gathered, grown or caught and how it was prepared and cooked.
Play is a vital part of every child’s life and is important for social, emotional and physical development.
Archery develops patience, confidence, concentration and self-discipline.
Its fun and exciting!
Sessions are essentially child-led giving pupils the opportunity to learn key skills and concepts in a practical and meaningful way.
Introducing Year 6 children to the work of Charles Darwin and the origin of species, survival and natural selection.
Beaches are an amazing resource and fantastic setting for a stimulating and exciting outdoor day!
Mental-health professionals acknowledge that maintaining a relationship with nature can be very helpful in supporting children’s emotional and mental wellbeing.
Education Programmes delivered outdoors
Memories associated with outdoor teaching and learning for both practitioners and children are associated with social benefits, challenge and risk, creativity and sensory engagement.
Building on individual’s motivation and positive attitude to learning, offering them opportunities to take risks, make choices and initiate learning for themselves.