Engaging Schools with Nature

This guide is for anyone who works with schools to help them make the most of the outdoors with a particular focus on enabling them to have contact with nature everyday. It will direct educators, conservation professionals, teachers, parents and those working for NGOs or government representatives to plan the improved use of school grounds and local spaces, involving children at the heart, and linking the process to conservation and curriculum learning objectives.

This guide looks at how you can review what schools are already doing and will help you to help them do things even better. It will outline key benefits for children of spending time in nature and provide you with the answers to some of those tricky issues and barriers schools face when planning on going outside.

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