Outdoor learning research

Want to learn about the benefits of outdoor learning? Need to justify taking your learners outdoors? Check out our information posters

Woman reading a book next to water

Evidence from across the world shows that being in nature is good for our health and happiness.

It can encourage physical activity by offering a variety of activities that engage children and young people regardless of age, fitness level or gender.

Outdoor learning promotes academic attainment through hands-on, experiental learning and by enhancing cognitive and emotional processes important for learning.

We have produced a set of posters to show the multiple benefits of outdoor learning: