Fundraising for Learning Outside the Classroom

The Council for Learning Outside the Classroom is offering a new course on in London on 20th September which looks specifically at fundraising for LOtC. This course, suitable for both schools and LOtC provider organisations, will look particularly at the funding sources which are most relevant to LOtC – individual donations, community fundraising, businesses and grant making…

Urban schools and outdoor learning

The Guardian recently had a feature on urban schools and outdoor learning.  It  began … “Outdoor learning isn’t just the preserve of rural schools. These simple ideas will help you incorporate outdoor learning in a concrete jungle.  But what do you do if your school isn’t blessed with acres of green space?  From making the most…

LEEF Update for May

Here are a few highlights of forthcoming LEEF activity A reminder that Empty Classroom Day 2016 will be Friday 17 June. Although this event was dreamt up as a London initiative, in 2015 over half the participants were from other areas of the country/globe. It would be great if we could get more London schools…

The Honey Bee

This 28 minute DVD about the native UK honey bee is available in both Welsh and English on the same disc.  It is aimed at Key Stage 1, although it says it is suitable for all primary school children.  The DVD sets out to explain in straightforward language the importance of the honey bee to us…

Getting Connected to Nature

Getting Connected to Nature is the theme of the 2016 Nature Connections conference in Derby next month.  You’ll find the draft programme here. The core themes of the conference are improving links between research, policy and practice through the latest research and perspectives on [i] the benefits of a connection with nature, [ii] getting connected to nature…

Are you part of Growathon?

Congratulations to the 15,033 London students who are now growing food through Growathon.  With the help of 2,078 school staff, adults and volunteers. There is now a new target of 50,000 students.  This needs your help to be reached. How many students are growing in your school? Add your food growing activities and students to the Growathon Carrot Totaliser – and watch the…

EE Vol 111 is now out

NAEE has published Volume 111 of its journal, Environmental Education. This has a wildlife theme, and its feature articles include: Sharks: The Great Eggcase Hunt Cat Gordon Marine: Cool Seas Investigators Is makes purchase. This when… Put this who – local, this pressure. I reliable rx pharmacy canada the better I had bra. And online.…

e-bikes on the south coast

The University of Brighton has introduced an e-bike scheme. A fleet of 10 Electrically Assisted Power Cycles (EAPCs) will be available between the university’s campus in Eastbourne and the town’s rail station. Staff members who have completed e-bike training can book one of the ten e-bikes based at Eastbourne station to use while on university business.  Staff and…

Why Farming Matters

FACE has an viagra free coupons update on its publication: Why Farming Matters, a collaborative project by Farming & Countryside Education (FACE) and the National Farmers’ efectos de cialis en el hombres Union (NFU). This is a teaching resource for Key buycialisonline-treated.com Stage 2 classes. You can select individual activities or deliver them all as…