The award winning 'National Curriculum Outdoors: a complete scheme of work' series of books provide an opportunity for a whole school approach to outdoor learning.
The series provides progression in knowledge and skill across the key stages clearly linked to the National Curriculum objectives.
The books can be purchased directly from Bloomsbury, from Amazon books and other book retailers.
This whole day practical training day will be based on the ideas in Bloomsbury's National Curriculum Outdoors series of books and delivered by co-author Deborah Lambert.
Explore a range of simple and effective practical activities in a series of practical sessions for English, maths, art and design, Geography, RE / PHSE demonstrating how to make the most of your outdoor areas.
The National Curriculum Outdoors series of books have been written by Deborah Lambert, Michelle Roberts and Sue Waite and have a foreword written by Juliet Robertson.
Visit our author pages to find out more about the author team and links to further reading and research.
provides flexible and creative training for teachers and schools working with the DfE Teachers' Professional Development Standards to promote meaningful, memorable and effective outdoor learning practice for all curriculum subjects.
Wild Tribe Outdoor Learning
provides curriculum linked outdoor learning and accredited outdoor learning practitioner award training for teachers and teaching assistants to schools in Cornwall and Devon.
Wild Tribe also has a dedicated You Tube channel to support home learning - outdoors!
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The authors have many years of experience in practising high quality curriculum-based outdoor learning and the research underpinning such practice.
Deborah Lambert is a former primary and special educational needs teacher, now lecturer and outdoor learning consultant who delivers tailored outdoor training for teachers and schools as 'Taking Maths Outdoors'.
Michelle Roberts is an assistant headteacher and founder of the outdoor learning programme 'Wild Tribe' which delivers training and resources for teachers with an emphasis on engaging with the curriculum outdoors.
Sue Waite is a former Associate Professor in Outdoor Learning at Plymouth Institute of Education. She led Natural Connections - the UK's largest learning in natural environments research project - and has conducted many research projects on outdoor learning.
Bloomsbury's award winning series of Outdoor Learning books for teachers and outdoor practitioners