Make your outdoors an exciting place to be

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Find out about essential resources and practical advice on planning and supporting children’s outdoor experiences with Gail Ryder-Richardson.

The vital role of outdoor provision for young children is now well and truly recognised. All early years settings will benefit from new ideas and fresh thinking on how to make their outdoor space an inspiring place to be.

Gail Ryder-Richardson runs Outdoor Matters!, and is an early years consultant, trainer and author. She is currently co-writing 'Continuous Provision: Taking It Outdoors' with early childhood landscape designer and trainer Julie Mountain.
Continuous provision for the outdoors is an hour-long seminar, taking place on Saturday 7 February from 2.45-3.45pm.

Full rate: £18 +VAT

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