This article highlights the benefits of teaching outdoors. It isn't just what they learn, but how they learn as well as the other personal skills that they develop along the way- teamwork, resilience, experimentation and more!
Perhaps you have an outside space that could be used - a forest, field, pond, etc. This guide will help you transform that space into a usable educational environment. I like that it can involve pupils from all year groups (on the committee, for example) as well as help from parents and others in the community.
An informative article highlighting why outdoor learning is valuable and the importance of field trips. The article also highlights the barriers to teaching this way. It makes for an interesting read , finding you thinking of ways to overcome these barriers to effective outdoor learning.