At this meeting, we will be sharing the new modelling of outdoor learning emerging from the research and policy development at Natural England. The intention of the hubs is to support high quality, frequent and progressive formal, non-formal and informal outdoor learning (OL) for children and young people, by enabling a more integrated approach to research and practice at a local level. We invite you to attend either or both parts of the symposium. You will help us to celebrate and value meaningful high quality research in outdoor learning and to build research capacity and impact for the benefit of all stakeholders.
For further details go to https://www.outdoor-learning-research.org
To register for this FREE event, please book on-line here