Outdoor Learning Blog

Outdoor Learning Safety

Outdoor Learning Safety We take safety very seriously at The Muddy Puddle Teacher and outdoor learning does come with some very different risks to those

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Plastic-free teaching

Want to move towards a plastic-free teaching career? The Muddy Puddle Teacher Approach approach is moving fast.  We are constantly evolving while always keeping focused

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Outdoor Learning Reading

Outdoor Learning Reading | The Muddy Puddle Teacher By Neal from Kickstarters Kickstarters Unique Outdoor Lesson Plans With a huge emphasis on reading in the

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About Us

‘Today, one of my greatest joys is to know that The Muddy Puddle Outdoor Learning Approach is an inclusive, child-led, holistic approach that speaks to

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The Muddy Philosophy Opening the doors to a more engaging, active and innovative curriculum! At The Muddy Puddle Teacher, we recognise that not all learning

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