Watch a two-minute introduction to Outdoor Classroom Day

12th November 2019

When children learn outdoors their behaviour improves, whole classes are excited to learn, and individuals who feel inhibited by the curriculum often thrive in an outdoor environment. Play is equally important and central to children’s enjoyment of childhood. It teaches critical life skills such as problem-solving, teamwork and creativity.

Building on the success of the 2019 campaign, our aim is to get as many children as possible playing and learning outside in 2020. For a two-minute introduction to Outdoor Classroom Day, watch our short film then sign up to be part of the movement!

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Are you participating in Outdoor Classroom Day? Register your class – or whole school – and share your outdoor adventures on social media using #OutdoorClassroomDay.

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Thank you for supporting Outdoor Classroom Day!

Thanks for joining the movement we can’t wait to see what you get up to on the day! Please share this with your colleagues and friends to help us make it possible for every child to get outdoors to learn and play every day 🙂 Check out the resources tabs for ideas for the day – and to make learning and play part of every day!

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Thanks for joining the movement we can’t wait to see what you get up to on the day! Please share this with your colleagues and friends to help us make it possible for every child to get outdoors to learn and play every day 🙂 Check out the resources tabs for ideas for the day – and to make learning and play part of every day!

Thank you for supporting Outdoor Classroom Day!

We’ll send you a newsletter shortly. Time to play is critical for every child – share your moments with us by tagging #OutdoorClassroomDay and make every day a day to learn and play outdoors!