Girl on sail boat

Helping children embrace the power of blue

Lee Strickland of Cohort St Ives explains the link between water and children’s emotional wellbeing, creative thinking and academic achievements.

Green shoot

Field Studies Council on getting ‘back to nature’

Ian Wainwright from the Field Studies Council (FSC) explains why outdoor education will support children’s recovery from the pandemic.

School Travel Awards 2020/21 Brochure

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Canal & River Trust

Making the most of every opportunity

How local spaces can inspire students away from the desks, the importance of the School Travel Awards and updates you on how the Council for Learning Outside the Classroom’s latest project is going.

Children in meadow

Supporting students to blossom and flourish

After the winter hibernation, spring delivers the promise of bright new beginnings and an opportunity to embrace the outdoors, says CLOtC’s Emily Carlill.

Ed Stafford, explorer

Adventurer Ed Stafford says that spending time in nature is the most “valuable thing you can do”

Why is it important for children to have time in the natural environment and to reset away from their screens? Explorer Ed Stafford shares his views.

Log cabin residential at High Ashhurst

Pupils can learn from residential experiences

The inspiration for children’s creativity is often surprising.

Building confidence

You’re already building character but…

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