Learning Through Landscapes (LtL) Membership
Awarding body: LtL Membership / Council for Learning Outside the Classroom
Description of award:
LtL is a leading UK-based charity dedicated to enhancing outdoor learning and play for children.
Their vision is a society where the benefits of regular time outdoors are valued and appreciated, and outdoor learning, play, and connection with nature is recognised as a fundamental part of education, at every stage, for every child and young person.
How does the whole school contribute to the award?:
The whole school benefits from membership of this organisation by participating in training provided by LtL to broaden the delivery of school curriculum to include the school and surrounding landscape.
Milestones/achievements from the award:
2017: Natural Willow Dome Project (Tesco & LtL funded)
2018: Local School Nature Grant
2019: Bio profiles training for a science teacher on delivery of environmental topics
2020: MSMP Project
2022: Throne Building Project (Sir John Lang Trust). Please see video below.
Length of time school has had the award:
Membership over 5 years
March 2022: Throne Building Project with Sir John Lang Trust
In March 2022, our pupils had the opportunity to work on a project to build a wooden throne on our playfield, following a kind donation and assistance from the Sir John Lang Trust.
This video shows our pupils heavily engaged in the building process and is a great example of what can be achieved when they work together.
Well done boys!
Please click below to watch the video.