Inspiration From Countryside Classroom

Tis the season for a field trip

Friday 8 April 2016 12:10pm

All the signs are pointing towards spring - the best season for outdoor learning is around the corner

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Using Why Farming Matters in the primary curriculum

Friday 1 April 2016 2:33pm

Video case study to demonstrate how the Why Farming Matters Primary Education Pack can be used across the school curriculum.

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It's lambing time!

Thursday 24 March 2016 11:40am

It’s that time of the year when new born lambs are springing up in fields across the country. Thanks to the National Farmers’ Union, we can find out what sheep farmers have to do all year round to care for their sheep.

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There's no such thing as bad weather!

Thursday 24 March 2016 11:31am

Grow to School have been working with St Thomas Primary School to integrate outdoor learning across the curriculum. Now, the head says, staff and pupils expect to learn outside.

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Natural Connections - Sneak Preview

Friday 11 March 2016 6:05pm

The evidence is clear – getting children outdoors is fantastic for their health, wellbeing and learning and can set them on a pathway to happy, healthy and environmentally sustainable lifestyles.

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Maths + Farm = Learning

Friday 11 March 2016 5:54pm

Find out how Deer Park Farm rose to the challenge of planning a whole day of maths activities for Key Stage 3 pupils.

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International School Meals Day 2016

Tuesday 1 March 2016 7:33pm

Thursday 3 March is a big day across the world, as it marks the fourth annual International School Meals Day.

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Three ways to teach sustainability

Thursday 18 February 2016 5:55pm

Sustainability is a challenging but exciting topic to cover in the classroom. Here are three ways to teach sustainability this year.

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