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Courage, Compassion, Perseverance and Teamwork

Forest Activities and Outdoor Learning

How pupils benefit

Through taking part in these activities, pupils will benefit by:

  • Improved social skills- it can be a less intimidating environment than the classroom setting, and provides many opportunities for teamwork
  • Improved physical health - we include lots of physical activity
  • Improved mental health and well being - being outside creates a positive mental attitude and a change in scenery improves focus when back in the classroom
  • Increased creativity and problem solving through practical tasks
  • Confidence improves - learning outside carries more risk and children learn to push their boundaries and become good at risk assessment
  • Children become more caring and sensitive towards nature and show respect for their own environment and community setting.
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