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Your outdoor calendar: January 2022

This year’s outdoor calendar will focus on physicality and physical development outdoors with Julie Mountain suggesting ways that children can truly embody learning. So, instead of hunkering down in the new year, try these ideas to get out and get moving together

Your outdoor calendar: December

Midwinter is a special time of year. Julie Mountain suggests how you can make the most of its atmospheric dusky evenings, scudding clouds and squally showers– and maybe, if you’re lucky, some early snow

Your outdoor calendar: September

Summer may be over, but September often heralds sunny, warm days, so be sure to offer children plenty of time outdoors, advises Julie Mountain

Your outdoor calendar: August

As the UK continues to ‘open up’ after so many restrictions on children’s outdoor activities, Julie Mountain shows how you can keep celebrating A Summer of Play

EYFS Activities - We’ve explored… tree surgeons

Essential tree-felling in one setting’s garden drew the children’s interest to the people doing the work, as well as the trees themselves and their importance to the environmental health of the planet. By Annette Rawstrone

EYFS Activities - We've explored… the moon

Two girls' conversation about the moon led to their whole nursery investigating Earth's natural satellite, facilitated by an enquiry-based approach that followed the children's interests. The Growing Places team explain how the project came about, and its legacy

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