The professional association for outdoor learning and educational visits advisers

As the lead body for outdoor learning and educational visits guidance, advice and training in England and Wales we support members in their work with schools and services to children and young people.

Every child in every school should have access to a comprehensive programme of high quality outdoor learning, educational visits and adventurous activities as an integral part of their school curriculum.

We recommend employing or engaging an accredited member who can provide high quality advice and training and who has appropriate knowledge and experience of your type of establishment and the range of outdoor learning, educational visits and adventurous activities you provide to young people.

Guidance

Well planned and facilitated opportunities to learn in the real world, away from the classroom, and to experience adventure, help to improve the lives of young people. Our guidance aims to make these opportunities easier to plan and deliver.

National Guidance

Resources

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News
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