Funding your outdoor learning journey is important and this page will help you to raise funds using your local communities as support.
Hold a ‘Muddy Puddles Day’. Ask children to come in outdoor gear. All bring £1 and go on a huge school muddy puddle walk!
Have a sponsored walk. Do this on a Saturday afternoon (after most children’s clubs have finished). Ask children to come with a parent/grandparent/aunt/uncle. Bring along £1 each and all go for a hike! Have different teachers leading different walks. Maybe a mini-one for the little guys and longer hikes for the older children. Such a great, feel-good day! Invite the local community too, get them outside and enjoying the fresh air!
Muddy Workshops. A bit like the school fair but all-natural and muddy! Each teacher has a station doing a different activity that is familiar to The Muddy Puddle Teacher Approach. Such as leaf art, sticky phonics reading, stone counting and let each family pay £1 to come in and do all the activities.
Bring a stick to school day. We have a pack for this. Click here. On this very special day, the children bring a stick to school but also encourage a donation so you can raise funds to develop your outside space!
Ditch the plastic Day! A day whereby you try and not use plastic all day. We also supply a great pack for this too. Click here. Ask for a small donation to help your outdoor cause.
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