Outdoor Play is positively associated with improved self-esteem, physical health, development of language skills and a disposition to learn

We strive to provide an outdoor learning space promoting enquiry curiosity and creativity

Splatter painting in the garden 
Early years schoolchildren playing outside the classroom

Sustained periods of play in a rich and stimulating outdoor environment offer a wide range of benefits

OUTDOOR LEARNING - OCTOBER 

Regular opportunities for sustained periods of play in a rich and stimulating outdoor environment offer a wide range of  benefits to young children.

The  Curriculum, which covers a  strong emphasis on the importance and value of daily outdoor experiences for children’s learning and development.

Learning outside the playroom supports the development of healthy and active lifestyles by offering children opportunities for physical activity, freedom and movement, and promoting a sense of well-being. It gives them contact with the natural world and offers them experiences that are unique to outdoors, such as direct contact with the weather and the seasons. Outdoor play also supports children’s problem-solving skills and nurtures their creativity, as well as providing rich opportunities for their developing imagination, inventiveness and resourcefulness.


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