Outdoor Learning (Theme Lead: Prof Heather Prince) Outdoor learning involves facilitated experiences in the outdoors normally in formal and non-formal education.
It includes outdoor and environmental education, adventure, recreation and physical activity for a range of outcomes such as health and
wellbeing, personal, social and intellectual development, and enhanced relationships with nature and place.
Outdoor learning is important on a global scale to build positive values and a sustainable future, particularly for children and young people.

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