We received an email today from Education Scotland about CfE through Outdoor Learning.
“…Curriculum for Excellence through Outdoor Learning means that many schools are now finding creative ways for children and young people to access their learning outdoors. The involvement of children and young people in the process of assessing and managing risk is also an important aspect of development in Health and Wellbeing. To help with this, the Health and Safety Executive have been publishing case studies for different areas of the curriculum and for different sectors. The newest additions are from Kaimes School who make regular visits to Holyrood Park, Sailing through Mathematics and Geography Field Trips.
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Here at Do-Be we have our very own Teach-IT Outdoors resource. Teach-IT Outdoors is designed to build teachers confidence in delivering quality, creative and regular lessons outdoors. What makes these lessons unique is the use of the latest technologies to support learning outside.
The creative ideas and technologies in Teach-IT Outdoors are highly transferable to other areas of learning and teaching. They can help to add breadth and depth and aid progression in the wider curriculum as well as make lessons inspiring and relevant.
If you would like to know more about any of our resource packs then please get in touch.