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Outdoor Learning in Wessex

The Wessex region is full of character with landscape of open downland, plain and scarp, wooded plateaus, high chalk plains, vales, river valleys, and lowland mosaic and a Jurassic Coast world heritage site. The unique geography and geology of the region is home to a wide array of providers including, commercial residential centres, adventure challenge courses, educational establishments delivering bespoke outdoor courses, voluntary organisations, clubs and individual practitioners who deliver a diverse range of high quality outdoor learning opportunities.

The voluntary committee represents IOL in your region, get in touch with us. We wish to represent your views.

Wessex Regional Events

Wessex Regional News

UK Outdoors, welcomes the government's roadmap to restarting Outdoor Education

UK Outdoors, welcomes the government's roadmap to restarting Outdoor Education

The industry body for outdoor learning, UK Outdoors, welcomes the government’s roadmap to restarting Outdoor Education in Easter 2021.

UK Outdoors, as part of the newly formed School Travel Sector Stakeholder Group (STSSG), will be working with the Department for Education and building the roadmap for the restart of residentials in Easter 2021.

Lockdown, learning and the great outdoors on The School Leadership Podcast

Lockdown, learning and the great outdoors on The School Leadership Podcast

A must-listen!

Lockdown, learning and the great outdoors on The School Leadership Podcast.

Jim Whittaker, chair of the AHOEC, talks to James Bowen about health, well-being, learning and the importance of outdoor spaces. He makes a strong case for reopening residential outdoor learning experiences.

Listen here

The Outdoor Education Centre Line

The Outdoor Education Centre Line

A poster which uses the idea that as we travel from birth to adulthood, Outdoor Education can play a key role in someone positively contributing to society. The  train line analogy explains the journey we go on when engaged with the outdoors and the consequences of either engaging with or not engaging with nature.

This as a free resource, so please download it (here) to share or print it off to help promote the importance of Outdoor Education Centres. Produced in support of the campaign #saveoutdoored, supporting the work of UK Outdoors.

 

MP Neil Hudson speaks up for re-opening Outdoor Education Centres during PM’s Commons Covid-19 Statement

MP Neil Hudson speaks up for re-opening Outdoor Education Centres during PM’s Commons Covid-19 Statement

The campaign to re-open residential outdoor centres is pushing hard to see Government to allow this vital part of education.

MP Neil Hudson speaks up for re-opening Outdoor Education Centres during PM’s Commons Covid-19 Statement. Health Secretary Matt Hancock responded on behalf of the Prime Minister.

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