Learning Outside the Classroom
- No Forthcoming Dates
- Stibbington Centre, PE8 6LP
- Behaviours for Learning, Curriculum, Leadership
- Primary, Secondary
- Teaching & Learning
Advertising on behalf of Cambridgeshire Environmental Education Service
A 24-hour residential course for NQTs and Trainees
£60 per delegate
For more information or to book places tel 01780 782386 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
LEARNING OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS
A 24-hour residential course for NQTs and trainee teachers at Stibbington Centre for Environmental Education from 5pm on Friday 15 June to 5pm on Saturday 16 June
Does your school have NQTs this year?
Or NQTs joining you in September?
Would ideas for learning outdoors be useful?
Or extra confidence to lead school visits?
Or practical, “hands-on” experience?
VENUE and ACCOMMODATION
Accommodation will be at Stibbington Residential Centre, an award-winning Eco Centre, with a Learning Outside the Classroom Quality Badge.
The Centre is located beside the A1 in north west Cambridgeshire at PE8 6LP and is headquarters of Cambridgeshire Environmental Education Service (CEES). The Centre’s site includes a residential centre, a separate day visit centre, a wildlife garden and imaginatively designed grounds.
The Centre’s team of seven qualified, experienced teachers lead courses for over 12,000 pupils from more than 100 schools every year.
For details about the Centre visit
www.cees.org.uk or tel 01780 782386.
BOOKING and FEES
The charge for this 24-hour course includes all meals from Friday evening meal to Saturday afternoon tea.
Single room: £110 Shared room: £90
To provisionally reserve a place on this course visit www.cambslearntogether.co.uk or send the following details as soon as possible to email@example.com
Name, email address, preferred accommodation (single or shared).
The course will include:
A variety of ‘hands on’ environmental learning experiences suitable for use with primary aged children across the curriculum.
Practical approaches to bringing literacy and numeracy to life using the school grounds.
Techniques for managing groups in the outdoor environment.
An understanding of health and safety in the outdoors, and of assessing and managing risk.
Opportunities to share experiences with other teachers new or nearly new to the profession.
This short residential course aims to help new teachers to realise the potential of the environment outside the classroom as a rich educational resource, and to gain increased confidence for leading and managing learning experiences outdoors.
The course will also provide an opportunity to appreciate the value of learning in a residential setting.
FURTHER CPD OPPORTUNITIES: In addition to the courses listed above, CEES also offers a tailor-made service for whole staff professional development days. Programmes will be discussed and agreed with schools, to support school improvement priorities and may include core and foundation subjects. All sessions involve “hands-on” learning activities suitable for use in any school grounds.