Keeley Rodgers catches up with Paul Curnow, Form Teacher & Forest School Leader, after he was given the LOtC Inspiring Educator Award for his work.
We hear from Christopher Wharton-Lovett, an outdoor education teacher, about his approach to learning outside the classroom.
Paul Newbold, head of Geography at Bolton School Boys’ Division, talks to STO about school trips to Iceland and the role learning outside the classroom (LOtC) can play in forging pupils’ futures.
Jonathan Whitwell joined Moorside Primary School in Lancaster five years ago as deputy headteacher and Year 6 teacher.
With just under 200 pupils and founded by the family of Florence Nightingale, who donated the land and money for it to be built in 1875, Wellow Primary School has a fascinating history.
Barry Cook, Year 5 teacher and PE and outdoor learning lead at Buckland Primary, talks to STO about the importance of teaching kids outside of the classroom.
Jon Clarke, shadow headteacher at Walsall Academy in Bloxwich, on Everest, Ethiopia and breaking down barriers.
After leaving university Mary Driver initially went to the William Ransom School for two weeks as a supply teacher - and has now been there for 36 years.
Dan Sayers, headteacher of Independent School St Hilda’s Primary School in Harpenden, shares his passion for school trips and learning outside the classroom.
Charlotte McNeela, who was a finalist for last year’s School Trip Champion Award, talks about why education outside the classroom helps with every aspect of education and development.
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