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Outdoor Learning

Childhood playtime should be all about playing together, role play, imagination and connecting with the world around us. A playhouse can offer all these things. As children are exposed more and more to screen time, social media and gaming, a playhouse can help keep a balance with good old traditional play. So, you’ve decide to add a playhouse to your outdoor space, perhaps as a birthday gift or Christmas present. Now you need to decide on which playhouse is the one for you and your family. Why go for Wood?

Earlier this month we caught up with Marnie Rose, CEO The Garden Classroom, to find out more about their work and how they help educate young people about natural environments and the importance of getting people outside. Check out our interview below. Our interview with The Garden Classroom 1. What is the overall aim of the work that you do with young people? The Garden Classroom delivers high-quality outdoor education and recreation in natural environments to inner city people focussing mainly on children, young people and families. 2. You’ve recently

Outdoor learning is a huge part of education and development and is becoming more and more important as people take more of a stance to produce their own food and become more self-sufficient.  But this doesn’t just end at gardening. We look at some fantastic projects, funds, and schools that are actively promoting outdoor learning to help encourage more people to get outside. Whether it is for gardening, learning about ecosystems, or simply participating in community events, these projects are helping to make a difference in their communities.   Check out