Learning Away, which promotes residentials, has secured a further two-years funding (£215,000) from the Paul Hamlyn Foundation. This will be used to promote and champion residential learning and enable more young people to benefit from these experiences. The consortium says that the funding will enable it to:

  • continue to make the case for and build the evidence base for residentials
  • implement a proactive Learning Away
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    campaign to influence schools, residential providers and policy makers

  • create more resources to support schools to run residentials, including CPD and a residentials ‘toolkit’
  • respond to relevant consultations to argue the value and impact of residential experiences.