Childminders, Teaching Assistants & Nursery Nurses Distance Learning
Not a teacher but still use a curriculum? You can still train on The Muddy Puddle Teacher Approach. Plus get a package that will give you all of the resources included from early years to age 11.
Childminders, home educators, teaching assistants and nursery nurses can all get a lot from this approach.
Doing your bit...
We are committed in helping the education industry to reduce waste and to teach the next generations about being more environmentally friendly. With eco-schools being taken out of the curriculum, schools have little to be accountable for in regard to waste and outdoor learning. It is down to each of them to consciously put this at the forefront and we know as teachers they have enough to do. Our approach was created with that in mind.
Just by simply doing our approach, that still covers attainment and supports learning they are making and environmental impact, while reducing waste, saving energy and using less paper and plastics!
These are some of the things we are working on to better help achieve this:
– Inform schools of organisations like Barnardo’s and NPAC who can help reuse
– To work more with organisations that help schools reduce plastic
– To better promote those that encourage schools to reuse, recycle
– Support families in schools by providing packs and resources
– Support teachers and how they can apply this in their personal life
If you are a company that want to share your sustainable supportive business, click here.
If you are a school and want to learn more about our sustainable methods.
Childminders, teaching assistants, nursery nurses and home educators | The Muddy Puddle Teacher
The Muddy Puddle Teacher ®
An outdoor teaching approach created by teachers for teachers
Reduce overall teacher workload | Make outdoor learning manageable | Enjoy the physical and mental well-being benefits for teacher and child
Teacher Training | Teaching resources | School Consultation
‘Learning outside for just one lesson a week boosts learning and behaviour, say, researchers’, Telegraph article click here to read more.