Thanks to the vision and benevolence of the late Hugh Kenrick, who had a great passion for birds and wildlife, Birmingham schools are being offered financial support to take their pupils to outdoor centres for hands-on learning opportunities in the natural environment.
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"Reaching into the outside", an event at the RSA in London to celebrate the 70th anniversary of
This is a Summary of the full report (available at www.londonsdc.org/), commissioned by the London Sustainable Development Commission to explore how children in London can be reconnected with nature, and the benefits that may be experienced as a result. The report focuses on children under the age of 12 and on nature that has the potential to be experienced as part of children’s everyday lives (rather than in one-off residential trips or adventure activities). Download the summary PDF.
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The Forest Education Network (FEN) is the successor body to the Forest Education Initiative (FEI) in England. Priorities for the FEN are to bring those with an interest in forest education together; promote the sharing of good practice; improve communication and help raise opportunities for, and standards in delivery.
Birmingham Outdoor Learning Service. Birmingham City Council has a unique resource in its farm, environmental and outdoor day and residential centres, including museums, which provide learning opportunities for over 100,000 pupils from 3,500 school groups each year. www.birmingham.gov.uk/ols