Learning outside the classroom can add depth to lessons and improve understanding of subjects across the curriculum. This guide sets out examples of good practice in outdoor learning, setting work activities outside of the classroom and organising educational visits. It does not seek to replace local or other professional guidance or regulations. Where appropriate, your local authority should be the ﬁrst source of advice.
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