Children running

Access for all

Education leader Anita Kerwin-Nye offers advice for teachers planning school trips with mental health and wellbeing in mind. 

Art gallery

A path to greater inclusion

Dr Matt Overd on the Cultural Inclusion Manifesto and making arts, culture and heritage accessible for all.

Russell Slatford

Don’t let Brexit affect school trips

Russell Slatford, head teacher of Bournemouth Collegiate Senior School, on why the B-word shouldn’t put you off travelling.

Diving board

Taking the school trip plunge

History teacher Louise Burton talks about how rewarding organising school travel can be and the benefits that come with it.


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In the latest issue we talk to the Education Secretary about the new Activity Passport and school trips. Plus, history experiences, ski trips and lots more.

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CLOtC Conference 2018

Booking open for CLOtC's 2019 conference


The Council for Learning Outside the Classroom (CLOtC) and the Outdoor Education Advisors Panel (OEAP) have joined together to host the national conference dedicated to learning outside the classroom.

Children in a park

Competition to celebrate the Council for Learning Outside the Classroom's 10th year


The Council for Learning Outside the Classroom (CLOtC) has launched a competition for schools to celebrate the charity’s 10th anniversary.

Apprentice-style residential as part of Learning Away initiative

What a difference a decade makes


Kim Somerville on 10 years of the Council for Learning Outside the Classroom. 

Education Secretary Damian Hinds

Interview: Education Secretary Damian Hinds

Keeley Rodgers speaks to Damian Hinds about; the new Activity Passport, the importance of learning outside the classroom & support for teachers. 

Building confidence

You're already building character but...

STO Editor Keeley Rodgers on interviewing the Education Secretary and having your say. 

Climbing trees

A breath of fresh air amid Brexit madness

Editor’s Comment: Keeley Rodgers on Brexit & the Activity Passport