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Opportunities for Environmental Education across the National Curriculum for England¡XEarly Years Foundation Stage & Primary 2018-03-21

with children and young people spending less of their free time outdoors (due to issues such as technology and safety worries) and budget cuts leading to the closure of outdoor learning centres across the country, environmental education in schools is more important than ever. This handbook highlights the opportunities for environmental education that can be found in the 2014 Early Years Foundation Stage Profile and the 2014 Primary National Curriculum in England. Most of the case studies and photographs in this handbook are from schools that received Hugh Kenrick Day bursaries. Administered through NAEE since 2012, these bursaries have provided funding for almost 2,000 pupils from over 40 schools across Birmingham to carry out outdoor environmental education work both in school and through educational visits.


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