Use 10 minute active games KS1 to get your class out in all weathers for ten muddy minutes. Improve behaviour and keep your classroom active.
Use Upskill on Natural Resources as part of your stage two training process. A great CD top up and refresher on its own.
Read Muddy Teachers Jacki’s blog on differentiation.
Use Counting in Negative Numbers to help children practice and use this skill through mastery and the outdoors.
Use First day back Lesson Plan to settle your children back in the Muddy Way and to focus on friendship.
Use our Horrible Halloween Ideas Pack to get lots of ideas and ways to make Halloween special in your class.
Use Halloween Trick or Treat Lesson Plan to get role play, speech and language into one outdoor learning lesson!
Use Sharing Lesson Plans to get the best out of your class in an active, natural way.
Use our Rock Safety Video to teach the children how to use rocks safely.
Watch Step 6: Next Steps to round up the whole school training and to plan and prepare for moving forward with success!
Watch Step 5: Introduction to Stage Four to introduce the last and final stage to the trainees before they conduct their coursework.
Watch Step 4: Introduction to Stage Three to help introduce the third stage before the trainees go ahead and do their coursework.
Watch Step 3: Introduction to Stage Two to help introduce the second stage of the training and is to be watched before the trainees do the stage two coursework.
Step 2 Video: Introduction to Stage One is the first video you will watch on the day of training. Watch this before you start the coursework. It will give staff a warm up game to do and then how to do the coursework.
Trainees need to watch this clip Step 1: Whole School Introduction Video before their whole school training starts. It will be prepare them and walk them around the site.
Use Whole School Subscriber Trainees Manual to hand out to trainees on the first training session so they can make notes and record details.
Use Administering Whole School Training Handbook to set up whole school training on the Muddy Puddle Teacher approach.
Use the Well-being Walk Template to hand to parents to do with their children so they can engage and reflect on the impact the outside can have on emotions.