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The Outdoor Challenge will get you to think hard about your setting's outdoor provision, says Julie Mountain of Learning Through Landscapes.

For children to get the most out of their time outdoors, practitioners need to develop the right qualities for leadership, says Annie Davy.

Children can go to the beach every day at a nursery with its own idea of free flow. Gemma Taylor reports.

A grant-funded outdoor space was made to order according to the nursery children's wishes and needs. Ruth Thomson takes a look around.

The rewards of close encounters with nature for all children are extolled by Annie Davy of Learning Through Landscapes

A nursery in central London has turned garage roofs into a haven for wildlife, finds Annette Rawstrone.

The forest school approach need not be limited to early years settings with easy access to the countryside, as Annette Rawstrone discovers.

The aims and principles that went into developing an innovative children's centre outdoor area are explained to Karen Faux. Photographs by Teri Pengilley at Woodlands Park Nursery.

Girls consistently achieve better than the boys, but research suggests that the way to male attainment is to send them outdoors, says Sarah Ghahremani.

One school is reaping the benefits of bringing the children's outdoor learning back into the classroom. Mary Evans hears what it's about.

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