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These days, it can be easy for children to get into the habit of staying indoors. Do children still push aside logs to see what’s crawling underneath? 

Are daisy chains part of playground life or some relic from the past? We think its time to start encouraging children to get back in touch with nature and explore the greatest playground on earth - the great outdoors. If you’re wondering how to do that, we can help! In our Learning Outside The Classroom guide we have the best tips and tricks to get your classroom back in touch with nature.

We also showcase a bunch of fantastic companies that you could book for your next school trip! 

Also in this issue of Learning outside:

  • Outdoor learning
  • Outside classrooms
  • RSBP Nature reserves
  • Forest school

To view the rest of our online guides please click here

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