Conway Centre Residential, Anglesey 2016

Lesson: Learning Outside the Classroom

Class: WILLOW CLASS: Year Three, Four, Five and Six Year: 2015 - 2016

Outdoor Education is widely acknowledged as making a significant contribution to the development of young people. It can help develop self-esteem, communication skills, teamwork, cooperation, foster a sense of achievement and potentially a lifelong interest in a healthy activity.

"Young people of all ages benefit from real life 'hands on' experiences; when they can see, hear, touch and explore the world around them and have opportunities to experience challenge and adventure.

(Council for Learning Outside the Classroom)