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'To be the best you can be' - Article 29

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Morriston Primary School

'To be the best you can be' - Article 29

Outdoor Learning

''Developing outdoor approaches to learning in schools is increasingly being recognised as effective in preparing young learners for the 21st century workplace.''

 

 

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The school is currently involved in an international project with partners from Greece, Romania and Wales.  The aims of this project are as follows:

 

• To provide teachers, through good examples, with methods, techniques and tools for developing the use of the outdoors for more students' aged 7-12 to increase students’ engagement in their learning and contribute to student wellbeing.

 

•To offer teaching staff an approach to teaching and learning that, promotes multi-disciplinary connections, increasing the use and transferability of key competencies to outdoor learning situations.

 

•To develop attitudes of openness and cooperation and intercultural dialogue between teaching staff and students, to support democratic processes and civil society in an integrated Europe.

 

•To  build  systemic  organisational  culture,  that  supports  whole  school  development  and  promotes  an  interdisciplinary  approach  to  schoolwork particularly in using the outdoors and natural resources to enhance students learning and more importantly their appreciation of the outdoors in their everyday life.

ortantly their appreciation of the outdoors in their everyday life.

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