Education, Skills and Learning

Outdoor learning has huge benefits for children and teachers - so why isn’t it used in more schools?

Teachers are taking pupils into local natural areas to learn curriculum-based subjects. Image: REUTERS/Stringer CHINA OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN CHINA. - GF10000148188

Charlotte Todd

Researcher (Child Health and Well-being), , Swansea University

Sinead Brophy

Professor in Public Health Informatics, , Swansea University

Emily Marchant

PhD Researcher in Medical Studies, , Swansea University

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