Families, Parents & Carers
Are you looking for fun and fascinating ways to develop your family’s involvement and engagement with the outdoor world?
Would you like to spend time developing this learning with your child and being offered a myriad of ideas for your family to use independently?
Look no further than Develop Learning Outdoors!
How we can help families, parents and carers
We help to develop your family’s interaction and connection with nature to develop family understanding of world issues such as sustainability or the health and well-being benefits of being outdoors and active.
At Develop Learning Outdoors we will:
Inspire and encourage you to offer your child fabulous nature-play experiences and alongside this we will explain and justify why this is so important.
Encourage you and your child to interact together with nature, feeling the benefits and conquering any anxieties.
Offer bespoke family workshops to develop your knowledge and skills in an informed way using the fantastic and free outdoor learning environment.
Together we will build and develop a useful toolkit full of ideas for outdoor learning that you can use independently, again and again, with your child.
Why Develop Learning Outdoors?
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I can thoroughly recommend Gill to you. I have known Gill for over 10 years both professionally and as a close friend. Gill is friendly and approachable to all. She is committed to helping children and adults alike reach their potential through meaningful and fun activities.Sarah Williams
Gill has a hands-on, creative approach to learning. Gill led our team, empowering all members and creating an environment where my colleagues and I flourished. She led our staff development, equipping staff with ideas, resources and plans. She empowered us to develop the outdoor learning curriculum using a range of natural materials and the local environment.Teacher
Gillian is enthusiastic with a natural affinity for people. She draws on a wealth of ideas and experiences from working and training in primary and early years education.Nursery Staff
We were encouraged to discuss first hand experiences and go in-depth with specific areas of inclusion.ITT Students