Outdoor Classroom Day

Outdoor learning is important for the development of all children.

Click on the link for some ideas to promote learning outdoors. 

• Learning outside the classroom supports the development of healthy and active lifestyles by offering children opportunities for physical activity, freedom and movement, and promoting a sense of well-being.

• Learning outside the classroom gives children contact with the natural world and offers them experiences that are
unique to outdoors, such as direct contact with the weather and the seasons.

• Playing and learning outside also helps children to understand and respect nature and the environment.

• Outdoor play also supports children’s problem-solving skills and nurtures their creativity, as well as providing rich
opportunities for their developing imagination, inventiveness and resourcefulness.

IMS 1 Minute Challenge

ACTIVE WEEK 

Who is up for the 1 Minute challenge?

Try and compete as many things as you can. You can ask your family and siblings to take part and make this a fun activity.

Tweet us any pictures/ video or you can send them to school mail.

 

Outdoors during lockdown

Click on the link for more information

Government guidance confirmed that if you or a person in your care have a learning disability and/or autism. You can travel beyond your local area and go out more than once a day.

However, we understand that not everyone is aware of this guidance and it can be difficult to explain.
We have produced Information cards that you can print off and take out to help explain to people.

 

 

 

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