Between 10th and 14th June, Learning through Landscapes are helping show schools and communities across the country how easy and worthwhile it is to take learning and teaching outdoors.
Make a ‘journey’ to your new outdoor classroom – The setting can be motivational too!
At The Learning Escape we know how the siting and landscape associated with new classrooms can have a significant impact on children and staff. We have all heard how many children recognise fast food logos but cannot identify common living plants or animals and 82% of teenagers are more likely to associate 'blackberry’ with a phone rather than a fruit, according to a YouGov poll.
Working in a natural environment can benefit children of all ages and abilities. More schools are now seeing how learning outside the classroom can help children with SEN explore the world around them.
2013 is an exciting year for TGEscapes as we turn the grand old age of ten. The last decade has seen us bring outdoor spaces to homes, businesses and schools across the country, never straying from our eco-friendly mission.
As working hours get longer and expectations for fast turn-arounds increase, the number of employees that are getting stressed due to their work lifestyle is rising.