We recognise that the best place for learning may not always be in a conventional classroom environment. To us, outdoor learning is an important part of our curriculum. It’s another, much larger, classroom, with an abundance of natural resources and many opportunities for hands-on learning.
We are fortunate with our surroundings, benefiting from extensive grounds that have been adapted to enable a variety of outdoor teaching to take place. Our facilities include large playgrounds and playing fields, an outdoor classroom and wooded area.
We are taking action to improve the outdoor learning environments to allow children to explore and enjoy the world around them. This is an exciting prospect and one in which we involve children and families at all stages.