Outdoor learning conference: Building sustainability and climate change agendas into your curriculum

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*** This conference is now FULLY BOOKED ***

How can we ensure we deliver on the DfE Sustainability and Climate change strategy in our schools?

Following the success of previous Wild Tribe Outdoor Learning Conferences hosted in Cornwall, we are excited to announce a partnership between Devon Education Services and Arena Schools (Wild Tribe) which has developed a new and exciting conference for 2024. Building on the 'rewilding' theme, our focus this year will be on the DfE's Sustainability and Climate Change Strategy.

This conference will provide you with the latest up-to-date information and guidance on this vitally important strategy, along with access to a wealth of experience from workshop contributors including the co-authors of Bloomsbury Education’s ‘Sustainability and Climate Change Curriculum Outdoors: Key Stage 2’ publication, Plymouth Marine Aquarium’s Ocean Trust, Surfers against Sewage, Planet and People and Wild Tribe Outdoor Learning. 

We will support teachers to creatively engage their pupils with issues linked to sustainability and to use the outdoors to provide the ideal learning context, offering valuable support to schools in the implementation of the DfE National Education Park programme and Climate Change Awards.

Find out more about the keynote session by Dr. Alun Morgan, the six workshops and view the conference programme

Training objectives

This event is hosted in partnership with Wild Tribe - the outdoor learning sector of Arena Schools. If you are a member of Arena Schools, please use code ODLDconf2024 on checkout to qualify for one free booking. Any additional bookings for Arena Schools members will be charged at a discounted rate of £50. Please note - once your order has been received we will adjust your invoice to reflect the discounted price(s).