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I think for those children who might struggle to always be engaged if they are in the classroom or at their table… taking them outside… just offers that little bit more engagement… I think often it gives you the opportunity to …talk to children about different things and you realise more …about them… member of staff. Children reported they regularly worked outside, tending to go outside more in better weather. They undertook a range of curricular activities including PE, reading, science, literacy, topic work, maths, Spanish and went outside for extra support if they …are stuck on learning.

Children were also aware of Forest School opportunities …Some people are very lucky and they get to go in woods…on Tuesdays [for Wild Wood]… They just go in the woods and have lots of fun. Please contact Martin martin. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Twitter account.

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Notify me of new comments via email. We believe that young people should have access to frequent, continuous and progressive experiences in the school grounds, educational visits further afield, and residentials, and that these experiences should be utilised as a tool for teaching, learning and delivering the curriculum.

This blog aims to support teaching and learning outside of the classroom. If you are interested in writing for us, please email Emily Carlill at emily. Learning Outside the Classroom. Introduction We would like to extend our warm thanks to the headteacher, staff and pupils at Ivy Lane Primary School for making us so welcome and giving us an informative, interesting and enjoyable day.


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Interviewees During the day, we spoke with: The headteacher Five members of staff A number of pupils from years 2 and 4 We also: Had a tour of the grounds with four pupils. The school has used Forest Schools, to benefit vulnerable children. Having seen the benefits these children experience, the aim is for all children to access these through expanded opportunities both through Forest School and curriculum based LINE activities.

The school has a united staff team that actively support all school plans and initiatives. The school works to ensure that all staff not just classroom staff , children, governors and parents understand and have the opportunity to discuss what the school is trying to achieve with LINE The School joined the Natural Connections project to share with and learn from other local schools and to contribute to the research evidence developing around LINE.

LINE benefits…t heir leadership skills, their creative skills, their teamwork skills and that is too good to keep to a group of children just because they might be vulnerable to underachieving member of staff 4. Overview of LINE activity The school grounds include a large field with adjacent allotment area, orchard, planned meadow area and Reception year garden.

Staff views on LINE implementation All staff members were positive about LINE and the chance for children to learn in different ways to the classroom but were reflective about potential challenges.

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Overuse of outdoor environments can take away the excitement of getting outside and there is a balance to ensure that the element of excitement in working outdoors is kept. The feeling was children needed time to get used to working outdoors and understand that expectations for work were no different …the more regularly you do it, the more they understand that actually the expectations of behaviour and what they produce in their learning are that same as it is in the classroom… Staff considered going outside was easier in the summer for weather reasons and for subjects such as science and geography which they thought lent themselves naturally to working outside.

Challenges to LINE The school were addressing challenges in using local greenspace by Having risk assessments for all local spaces in walking distance. Obtaining blanket permission from parents to visit local spaces.


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Speaking to other local schools and Chippenham Borough Lands Charity to address a lack of woodland with facilities within walking distance. Looking to create suitable spaces and surfaces for children to work in different ways … it is lovely to go out and collect ideas… [and] it would be lovely to do that extended writing in that environment as well Exploring fundraising e. Planning Forest School training and awareness raising for staff to provide confidence and inspiration.

This is to help address the tendency to work in familiar places. The children … love seeing the photos of them in their books and.. It is a really good talking point and helps them reflect on their learning 7. Engagement with learning Engagement was felt to be the biggest impact. Behaviour, co-operation and teamwork Children are often provided with more open activities and given more freedom to initiate their own learning outside. I think for those children who might struggle to always be engaged if they are in the classroom or at their table… taking them outside… just offers that little bit more engagement… I think often it gives you the opportunity to …talk to children about different things and you realise more …about them… member of staff 8.

Pupil views Children reported they regularly worked outside, tending to go outside more in better weather. The space, freedom and learning benefits of being outside were recognised One child reported that… I totally love the rain when I get really hot and others that running around outside made them feel happy and that it is fresher outside because… there is more of the oxygen.

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