I love this time of year. The weather is improving, the sun has started to make an appearance and we start thinking about how we can utilise the outdoor space we have to teach.
At the end of last month I attended the Shropshire Outdoor Learning Conference. It was a fantastic event and it was great to meet so many teachers who knew about the benefits of outdoor learning and were inspiring others to teach outdoors.
If you are one of those teachers in your school who are trying to encourage others to teach outdoors then I’ve created the perfect competition for you to get your school involved. Who doesn’t love a competition, especially when the prize is online training for your whole school!
Introducing the Chalk Challenge Compeition.
If you win you get to choose from the following online training:
- Supporting disengaged writers outdoors
- Supporting maths outdoors
- Lifeskills toolkit.
To be in for a chance to win, all you have to do is use chalk to support teaching and learning. Take a photo of what you did, post it on social media, tag us in so we can see your entry and use #teachoutdoors #chalkchallenge. It’s as easy as that, and you can enter as many times as you like.
Make sure you share the competition with your colleagues so you have more chances to win.
All photos should be entered by 6th June 2022 and the winner will be notified by 13th June 2022.
The training must be delivered before February 2023 and there is no cash alternative.
Up coming Training
Outdoor learning for children with praxis challenges: On demand
Title: Outdoor learning for children with praxis challenges
Once purchased you will have access to the training video. If you have any further questions about the training or would like further support please do not hesitate to get in contact with us.
Do you have children who have received a diagnosis of dyspraxia or development coordination disorder?
Would you like to understand how to better support children who may appear clumsy and un-coordinated?
If the answer is yes, then join Victoria who will delve into how outdoor learning can support children to produce co-ordinated movements, supporting them with handwriting, PE, organisation and movements around your classrooms.
To watch a short interview with Victoria about the training or to book your space click the link above.