Eco-Schools outdoor learning training - FULLY BOOKED With outdoor learning prominent within the Curriculum for Wales and in the current situation, we have developed an inspiring training session to help you utilise your grounds as a learning resource. This links in fantastically well to the Eco-Schools topics of School Grounds and Biodiversity and gives methods for bringing key skills into outdoor learning. Running virtually, this session is designed to provide participants with ideas and resources that can be shared with a whole school staff to help facilitate exciting and meaningful outdoor learning. Learning outcomes will include: The importance of school grounds for wildlife. Develop ideas to involve young people in the habitat creation and maintenance process. Understand that it can be a simple, low cost process. Explore how habitats can be used as an educational resource. Understand that school ground development can be linked to the Eco-Schools process as well as the wider curriculum This is initially running on one date as a pilot session with a view to running more during the academic year. If you would like to attend but can’t make the initial date, please register your interest for a future session. All of our courses are provided free of charge and facilitated by experienced Keep Wales Tidy Staff. All virtual training will be run through Microsoft Teams. You can join via a web browser if you do not have Teams on your device. This training is now fully booked. If you would like to register your interest for a future session, date to be confirmed, please fill out the form below. Register your interest Tir yr Ysgol ar gyfer Dysgu Booking for this event has now closed.