On 28 November 2006, the government launched the Learning Outside the Classroom Manifesto which set out the vision of enabling every young person to experience the world beyond the classroom as an essential part of their learning and personal development.
The Key Stage Three teaching modules currently hosted on our website provide a wide range of opportunities to link the classroom teaching and learning with learning outside the classroom - some of the ideas relate to students carrying out short pieces of individual work perhaps as a homework activity, whilst others are suitable for group and class work requiring anything from a lesson to a full day in the local community. If fieldwork visits are possible at KS3 to more distant locations, then the opportunities are even greater to link in with a wider variety of the teaching modules. Inevitably, what you are able to plan and do will depend on the community and settlement where the school is located.
Funded by the DfE funded Action Plan for Geography.
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