Inside your October / November edition: reactions and positive comments as children get back out there, a round up of the best day trip ideas, details of the School Travel Awards 2022, and much more.
Let’s face it, 2020-2021 has been a hard time for residentials, for schools and residential centres. The good news is that many teachers are looking ahead to 2022-2023 and planning fantastic trips for their students.
Justine Lee, communications manager at The Council for Learning Outside the Classroom, explains about a new CPD programme from the charity and its partnership with the Canal & River Trust which aims to help schools connect pupils with the natural environment.
We’ve compiled some of the amazing places across the UK which promote a positive frame of mind through outdoor learning.
We’ve selected some of the best educational experiences linked to sea life and oceans for year-round fun for all ages.
Andrew Hutchings, headteacher at Parkgate Primary School in Neston, Cheshire, has told School Travel Organiser that outdoor learning is vital for children to reconnect with their local surroundings, as well as the pride of being awarded the LOtC Mark (Bronze) from the Council for Learning Outside the Classroom (CLOtC).