- Date 27 Apr 2021
As the weather continues to improve, it’s only natural to want to get outside. And luckily, there are lots of proven physical and emotional benefits to taking learning outside of the classroom!
Spending time outside not only reduces children’s stress and anxiety, which is especially important after the unusual year we’ve all experienced, it can also boost energy, improve mood and lesson engagement.
Outdoor learning is great for developing social skills and is the perfect opportunity to inspire and encourage creativity, especially in arts and crafts. Of course, you don’t have to limit outside lessons to just Art and P.E., you can use outdoor learning in Maths, English, Science and right across the curriculum.