Making an impact in EYFS: Using the outdoors to promote ‘Understanding of the World’ - NE&Y RB029 / C02
Taking learning outdoors has many benefits and a positive impact on children’s wellbeing. To really ‘Understand the World’ around them, children need to be immersed in the wonders of the great outdoors and engage in a range of activities which promote the characteristics of effective learning. Identify ways to develop your outdoor environment to increase learning opportunities in the physical and natural world and consider how this context can be a stimulus for the development of children’s mathematical, language and communication skills.
What topics are covered?
Not sure yet? Here is a free taster which will give you a better understanding of what to expect once you join the course. Please note, this is a free short activity you can do in your own time.
Who is the course leader?
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- develop outdoor activities for EYFS to support the teaching and learning of ‘Understanding the World’
- use creative approaches to develop early science skills
- discover and harness aspects of the natural and physical environment to stimulate rich communication and mathematical learning opportunities
- identify how the outdoor context supports the development of specific characteristics of learning
|1 Making an impact in EYFS: Using the outdoors to promote ‘Understanding of the World’
|23 January 2024
|State-funded school or college
|Activity fee£150.00 +VAT
|Fee-paying school or college (independent)
|Activity fee£225.00 +VAT
For courses at the National STEM Learning Centre in York, fees include meals and accommodation for the duration of the course.
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