Get Out More’s hands-on outdoor learning activities are exciting and fun. We take education outside the confines of the classroom, giving children freedom and space to develop an active approach to learning.


Our creative, multi-sensory approach brings outdoor learning to life. We make the most of your school grounds, playing fields or nearby natural areas. Whether it’s ideas for writing, new approaches to numeracy, bringing drama to history or exciting links to topic work, Get Out More creates engaging outdoor learning experiences that pupils and teachers will remember.

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  • Outdoor

    Bringing the curriculum to life with engaging outdoor experiences

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  • Wild

    Woodcraft, nature, fire and shelter – a curriculum for outdoor skills progression

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    Learning Training

    We support teachers and educators to take learning outdoors

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Interactive, tailored outdoor learning programme to meet your needs. Whether it’s developing skills for learning or linked to the curriculum.

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Learning with nature engages learners, creates enthusiasm, develops resilience, motivation and encourages teamwork.

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An experienced provider of outdoor learning programmes to schools from Foundation stage to Key Stages 1, 2 and 3, special schools and pupil referral units.

All our outdoor learning programmes include a mix of exciting and fun hands-on activities in a safe and positive natural environment.

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Outdoor learning creates an outdoor classroom that gives children the freedom to take an active approach to learning. In an outdoor setting, children use natural resources to bring learning to life.
Ofsted encourage the outdoor teaching and learning environment to be stimulating and thought-provoking. They recognise that outdoor learning has many benefits and is a powerful tool for teachers to use.
Outdoor learning in schools benefits pupils by improving their skills, confidence, self-esteem and personal development. Learning in the natural world can inspire enthusiasm, develop resilience, motivation and encourage teamwork.

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