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If The Purpose Of Education Is Life! Then Shouldn’t Outdoor Play Be Part Of It?

What is the purpose of education? This is a question posed by the Purpose/Ed campaign back in 2013, and this was mtg response… Given we are now in the last 100 days before the election I thought it might be a timely one to repost. 834 more words

Wildtime

Going Wild in #Hackney

“I’ve lived here for years but didn’t know this was here!” So said one of the first people to join the first Outdoor People Hackney Wild Walk Workshop.

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Hackney Wild Walks

Junior World summer planner is out - book up now!

Junior World Childcare Group in Nairn have some fabulous activities lined up for the summer involving ghost mud, worm charming, erupting paint, mad science, and lots and lots of outdoor fun. 49 more words

Childcare

Four seasons in one day - that's Caithness!

At our Outdoor Literacy & Numeracy Training in Halkirk earlier this month we enjoyed a bit of den building, various sand/water/rope/cooking challenges, and going on out a story walk! 42 more words

Childcare

"There's a worm at the bottom of the garden, and his name is Wiggly Woo!"

Just before Christmas the children at Durness Playgroup asked for mud instead of sand in the sand tray. One of the Dads kindly gave the children a bucket of mud. 66 more words

Childcare

Are Playground Injuries Really Where We’re Hurting Most?

Last week Canada’s national public broadcaster, CBC, aired an item on playground injuries. The lead pretty much summed it all up, a numbers story that fell short on broader context. 102 more words

Playgroundology

Are Playground Injuries Really Where We're Hurting Most?

Last week Canada’s national public broadcaster, CBC, aired an item on playground injuries. The lead pretty much summed it all up, a numbers story that fell short on broader context. 864 more words

Tim Gill