A 4-day Subject Leader Accredited Award CPD training for Outdoor Learning Coordinators. The course looks at leading and managing improvement in Primary Outdoor Learning and is appropriate for colleagues who have a leadership role for Outdoor Learning within a primary school setting. You might already have the 'Wild Tribe' practitioner award or be an experienced outdoor practitioner.
This course is led by Deborah Lambert co-author of the National Curriculum Outdoors series of books and is run in association with Arena Wild Tribe Outdoor Learning.
This course provides credits for a level 6 equivalent award accredited by The Learning Institute and will support subject leaders to:
Cost: £475 ARENA Members * £550 Non-members
Venue*: Sterts Theatre, Upton Cross, Liskeard PL14 5AZ 9am to 4pm each day on:
*We are able to offer the courses in different venues subject to numbers, so get in touch wherever you are!
This course can also be run at the High Ashcroft Outdoor Education in Surrey.
Contact us to book your place.
All aspects of the curriculum can be taken outside and by using real life experiences in the outdoors, children are able to gain deeper understanding of mathematical concepts and more inspiration in their writing when back in the classroom.
The 2-day Wild Tribe Practitioners Award aimed at teachers and teaching assistants holding a level 3 qualification delivers practical and theory sessions on; health and safety, site development and linking outdoor learning across a range of curriculum subjects.
It teaches the skills of fire lighting, cooking outdoors, use of tools, knots and shelter building. Schemes of work across the primary age are given to course attendees.
Dates and Venues
Times: 9am-3.30pm each day
Price: £250 Arena SLA Members/£350 for Non Members
Please note: PE funding can be used to support payment and supply cover for this course.
Flexible outdoor learning training from Deborah Lambert, co-author of Bloomsbury's award winning series of books 'National Curriculum Outdoors; a complete scheme of work'