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outdoor learning maths resources

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What are the benefits to our teacher training on the child?

Improves speech and language
Engages children’s attention and participation
Draws in cross-curricula links
Improves a child’s mental and physical wellbeing
Improves teacher mental and physical wellbeing
Brings a team together and develops team-building skills
Develops creativity
Develops imagination
Provides opportunities for mastery
Promotes mindfulness
Extends higher abilities
Reduces cost and waste
Connect children with nature
Supports SEND through sensory teaching
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–Teach your staff how to use The Muddy Puddle Approach
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– Improve their mental and physical wellbeing
–Inspire them to want to do this and have the drive
–Give them flexibility and options
–Support their creativity
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‘Learning outside for just one lesson a week boosts learning and behaviour, say, researchers’, Telegraph article click here to read more