Stepping Out

Stepping out is all about taking the small, but significant step to embracing learning outside the classroom. Lessons can be as structured or as open-ended as necessary; often more structure to begin with steadily leads to more student-led inquiry once everyone develops their ‘outdoor learning legs’..which is the beauty of outdoor learning.



Getting Going with Outdoor Learning has the structure you need to begin teaching outdoors.¬†For more great ideas, check out Juliet Robertson’s books Messy Maths and Dirty Teaching.




Read about the risks and benefits of learning outdoors using our guide.


Take a look at this resource database, provided by Outdoor Classroom Day to find ideas and inspiration for curriculum-linked outdoor learning.


Listen to Juliet Robertson discuss “A Yearning For Learning” on this episode of Pivotal Podcast.