Thursday, 18 August 2011

Woods for Learning: St Mungo Primary

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http://creativestarlearning.co.uk/nature-play-learning/woods-for-learning-st-mungo-primary/

4 comments:

KAREN GREEN said...

Wow that is sensational! I can only dream! And I bet the kids just love "a bush wee"!

Juliet Robertson said...

It is a super place! the post doesn't do justice to the special magical feel and calm that exists there. I'm so impressed...

Kierna C said...

Oh this is wonderful & so close to hand - no transport costs to stump up for. It's great to see schools taking the first step for themselves. On the whole ranger debate, we had 3 rangers at one point in our woodland classroom & now have none & it does make a big difference. The children don't really notice it because they know no different but the previous classes had a better experience because of the rangers expertise.

theotheralig said...

Very envious! However my large urban school does have a small copse on the field. I have got lots of ideas now on how we might use it better.