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Making bird feeders

Strategic Objectives

Improving the learning environment
Outcome

How will pupils, teachers and the school benefit?

  • Staff feel confident to deliver a range of Outdoor learning lessons, both linked to learning in other National Curriculum subjects.

  • Staff teach a high quality, progressive and well sequenced Outdoor Learning Curriculum (linked to Team Building, 6 Strands & Mental Health).

  • All classes are actively engaged in outdoor learning and children can articulate what they are learning on the outdoors and how it links to previous lessons.


Linked to these Strategic Aims

Maximise the potential of our school environments

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Actions

How will it be done?


Training

Training in the use of outdoor learning resources.

Training for outdoor leaders from Local Authority outdoor learning team.

Outdoor leaders to visit other schools to see excellent teaching.


Curriculum Development

Outdoor leads to identify opportunities to support the current curriculum through outdoor learning and mark these in the Long Term Map.


Staff Meeting to show outdoor learning across the curriculum and address ways to reduce barriers to access.


Outdoor leads to write a sequenced and progressive Long Term Map for Outdoor Learning knowledge & skills.  Upload to Curriculum section of the school Website.


INSET Summer 24 to launch vison for outdoor learning and introduce staff to new outdoor scheme.


Coaching trios to focus on supporting staff to teach in the outdoors.


Resources

Sports Premium Money is used to develop resources for lessons.


Interiors

Agree internal decoration scheme and plan of works for 23/24.

Agree classroom vision for displays/colours.

Furniture audit and plan for improvement agreed.


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