Outdoor learning is an important part of today’s curriculum. It gives children an opportunity to put things into practice that they previously may have learnt in a classroom. These sessions can be designed alongside a teacher’s planning to help reinforce lesson objectives using different learning styles. For example, children who may be learning about the water cycle can procure water from the ground, the air, rivers and sky using various survival procurement techniques.
Active Adventure will first send in one of our instructors or managers to discuss with year group leaders and teachers their aims and objectives for the sessions we will provide and how we can assist in covering the curriculum. Not only will students develop academically but through the interaction with nature and each other, in what will mostly be team tasks, they will also improve their social interaction and confidence.