Outdoor education at Ashbridge School

Deputy headteacher shares future trip plans and support for outdoor education

Arthur Wood, deputy headteacher of Ashbridge Independent School in Preston, Lancashire, tells us about the trips his school has planned this year and why we must pull together to support the outdoor education sector. 

UK Sailing Academy (UKSA) in Cowes

The importance of outdoor education and why we must have a plan for reopening

The CEO of the UK Sailing Academy (UKSA), Ben Willows, writes about the impact of the ban on residentials and why it’s crucial there is a plan for reopening.

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Kids playing

Future outdoor experiences and new natural learning evidence

Anne Hunt, of the Council for Learning Outside the Classroom (CLOtC), has her say on updated Government guidance and the need for children to reconnect with nature thanks to new evidence. 

Pond dipping

Recognising champion schools and champion teachers

Kim Somerville, chief executive officer of CLOtC, on how you can embed learning outside the classroom across your whole school using an awards framework that gets your school the recognition it deserves. 

Sir Tim Smit, co-founder of the Eden Project in Cornwall

Interview: Eden Project co-founder on plans for a new GCSE in Natural History

The co-founder of the Eden Project, Sir Tim Smit, talks about the proposal for a GCSE in Natural History and engaging children with the wider world.

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.