• WalesOutdoorLearningWeek

Celebrating Outdoor Learning In Wales

Coming September 2020

DUE TO GROWING CONCERNS AND ADVICE FROM WELSH GOVERNMENT THE WALES COUNCIL FOR OUTDOOR LEARNING (WITH SUPPORT FROM NATURAL RESOURCES WALES) HAVE MADE THE DECISION TO POSTPONE #WALESOUTDOORLEARNINGWEEK, WITH AN EXPECTED RELAUNCH IN SEPTEMBER 2020

How Can you Get involved?

Get Outside ....

... just get out there. for a few minutes or an hour, a day or a weekend. spend time in outdoors in nature. engage your senses - look, listen, feel... get connected, stay connected

Get Active...

Journey by foot, wheel or water... walk, run, climb, bike, canoe... Spending time outside improves physical & mental well being and guard against obesity, and reduce the symptoms of stress.  

help us tell the story...

Click below to let us know what you are getting up to for #WalesOutdoorLearningWeek - we will use the imformation to demonstrate the impact of Outdoor Learning with Welsh Government and other key stakeholders

Learn....

Evidence shows that learning in the natural environment improves knowledge and understanding, helping us recognise the impact we have on the environment now and in the future.

Take Responsibility...

... by getting involved in activities that take responsibility for nature. Make bird feeders, learn about minimum impact principles, collect litter or plastics or campaign and raise money for a cause.

Share & Celebrate...

Share your outdoor learning adventures, quotes & pictures with by using the hashtag #WalesOutdoorLearningWeek. Add Wales Council for Outdoor Learning by using @walescouncil4ol

WHY get involved?

“Evidence shows that learning in the natural environment improves knowledge and understanding, helping us recognise the impact we have on the environment now and in the future. It can also improve our health and wellbeing by helping to guard against obesity, increase physical activity and reduce the symptoms of stress. "
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Sue Williams, Senior Advisor for Education
"#WalesOutdoorLearningWeek provides a fantastic (and much needed) platform to celebrate the fantastic Hiqh Quality Outdoor Learning opportunities that go on every day across Wales. It also encourages people of all ages and backgrounds to get outside make those first steps to connect with the outdoors and Wales wild nature"
Wales Council for Outdoor Learning
Phil Stubbington, Chair - Wales Council for Outdoor Learning