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UK Parliament Week

Schools can now sign up for UK Parliament Week 2020

Schools are being encouraged to take part in UK Parliament Week, the annual festival which aims to engage young people parliament, politics and democracy. 

Bletchley Park

Bletchley Park keen for pupils to take part in virtual sessions to support the attraction

Bletchley Park is calling on schools to take part in its new virtual learning sessions, which aims to bring the best of the attraction to the classroom, and demonstrate how popular it they can be,  so that jobs within its learning team can be saved.

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Your September edition explores outdoor learning as a solution as schools reopen for the new term and highlights the value of residential experiences and the impact they have on all involved.

Hear from teachers about some of their most memorable trips over the last year and read our chat with TV presenter Paul Rose about reconnecting children with nature.

You'll also find out the results of our Reader Survey as well as ideas for free school visits and much more!

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A teacher’s top 5 tips for taking learning outdoors

Clare Rooney, qualified teacher & training and development officer at Learning through Landscapes, gives her tips for teaching outdoors. 

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The Heart of England Forest

How the Heart of England Forest helped a school to ‘check-in’ with pupils

The Heart of England Forest charity in Warwickshire has been helping local schools by offering limitless space outdoors for learning and play. 

Hannah Carter, education officer at the National Archives

“We can help bring the archives to you,” says National Archives’ education team

We spoke with Rachel Hillman and Hannah Carter from the education team at the National Archives about how they have made the transition to online school sessions and what pupils can gain from the experience.