Play & Learn Outdoors | October 2020 | Issue 2.0

We’re over halfway through the year already with winter and dare I say Christmas well on the way. That means it’s time to start thinking outside of the box when it comes to planning lessons and play sessions outside. The cold, drizzly weather doesn’t have to stop you and your pupils from enjoying the fresh air, which you can enjoy all year round.

This edition of Play & Learn Outdoors is a little late this year however, the wait has been well worth it. This month’s theme is taking dining outside and we provide you with a whole host of tips, ideas and examples for creating more space for your pupils to dine whilst keeping a safe distance.

You’ll also be pleased to read our fundraising feature which provides you with ways you can raise funds this coming winter even with social distancing in place.

If you enjoy reading Play and Learn Outdoors, have you considered leaving it in the staff room for your colleagues to enjoy too? Sharing is caring after all. If there’s any subjects you’d like us to cover, please let us know by sending us an email: marketing@ablecanopies.co.uk.

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Christine

Marketing Assistant Manager at Able Canopies Ltd
Christine is Able Canopies' Marketing Assistant Manager and is an advocate of outdoor learning. She is a big fan of fundraising and is always looking for fresh fundraising and outdoor learning ideas to share.

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