Nov 302011
 

The school has inherited the use of a nearby forest!

  2 Responses to “Outdoor Learning at St.Mungo’s”

  1. What a lovely explanation about the benefits of taking learning outside both in the school grounds and beyond. Thank you.

    I blogged about St Mungo’s Woodland a few months ago. It’s a great example of how partnership working can enable local woodland to be opened up for school use. http://creativestarlearning.blogspot.com/2011/08/woods-for-learning-st-mungo.html

    Best wishes
    Juliet

  2. Great! Thanks for the your clear appraisal of the potential for outdoor learning. We are supporting schools around Oxfordshire to develop food producing gardens that can be used to support teaching of wide aspects of the curriculum.
    Good Luck
    Phil

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