Foundations for Fieldwork

  • 3rd Feb 2022
  • Multiple
  • Geography
  • Spaces
  • Primary
  • Teaching & Learning, Curriculum
  • Lunch Not Included
  • Refreshments Not Included
  • From £80.00
Overview

Fieldwork is motivating for children, fun to facilitate, a key part of the Geography Programme of Study, valued by OFSTED and offering children real-world experience. But where do you start? This course has been devised to support teachers with starting out on this journey and complements the ‘Ideas for Primary Geography Fieldwork’ course that is offered on XXXX: we plan for no overlap between the two. This Fieldwork Foundations course focuses on i) signposting you to all of the key information that you will need to help you plan your own, appropriate fieldwork for children in your school and ii) generating your own fieldwork ideas that work well for your particular set of circumstances, whereas the Ideas for Primary Geography Fieldwork course is a practical, hands-on session where we share mountains of ideas that you will need to develop to suit your own setting.

Face to face session (government guidelines allowing)

About The Course

Fieldwork is motivating for children, fun to facilitate, a key part of the Geography Programme of Study, valued by OFSTED and offering children real-world experience. But where do you start? This course has been devised to support teachers with starting out on this journey and complements the ‘Ideas for Primary Geography Fieldwork’ course that is offered on XXXX: we plan for no overlap between the two. This Fieldwork Foundations course focuses on i) signposting you to all of the key information that you will need to help you plan your own, appropriate fieldwork for children in your school and ii) generating your own fieldwork ideas that work well for your particular set of circumstances, whereas the Ideas for Primary Geography Fieldwork course is a practical, hands-on session where we share mountains of ideas that you will need to develop to suit your own setting.

About the Programme Leader

Nell Seal is a Secondary Geography trained teacher who has worked in Primary environmental and outdoor learning for 20 years in both the charitable and the public sector. Nell is now a freelance consultant specialising in facilitating CPD training in the areas of learning for sustainability, outdoor learning and primary Geography. Nell is also a Forest School Practitioner and undertakes consultancy work focused upon quality assurance systems for the Forest School Association.

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3rd Feb 2022
01:00pm - 04:00pm
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£80.00