Your June/July edition includes the reaction and support from the school travel sector as we continue to experience challenging times.
Find out what’s being done to help schools and the sector plus hear how a teacher organised a fantastic virtual school trip, get some very practical tips on teaching outdoors, read our chat with Michael Morpurgo and much more!
Westminster Abbey has several teaching resources available online as well as virtual tours and an A-Z of activities.
A coalition of not-for-profit school residential and educational providers has said more needs to be done to ensure that outdoor learning isn’t forgotten about.
Children are being encouraged to dress up in nature for this year’s Outdoor Classroom Day to help them connect with the natural world.
The outdoor education charity welcomed the plans to increase the time people can now spend outside, saying it’s essential we get children out of their ‘home classrooms’.
The Ape Rescue Centre in Dorset has released the course to help teachers and students at Key Stages 1-3 learn from home.
The group has set out a plan to help schools adapt their lessons, curriculum and learning environments as and when they re-open to more pupils.
While physical school visits aren’t possible at the moment, children can still learn plenty about animals and their environments with a range of free home education resources released by the zoo.
Alongside the exhibition about a Second World War agent there are a series of downloadable resources to help students learning from home.