Visit Leader

Browse documents that give essential guidance to you for your role and responsibility as a visit leader.

1. 1a - Glossary and definitions

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

1. 1b Foundations

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

1. 1c Status remit and rationale

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

Employer

Are you an Employer? Do your staff lead outdoor learning, off-site visits or learning outside the classroom? Browse the documents to give essential guidance to you for your role and responsibilities.

1. 1a - Glossary and definitions

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

1. 1b Foundations

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

1. 1c Status remit and rationale

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

3. 1a Requirements and recommendations for employers

Role: 3- Legal framework and employer systems

Governors, Trustees or Directors

Are you a school governor, trustee or director? Does your school arrange outdoor learning, off-site visits or learning outside the classroom? View documents that give essential guidance to you for your role and responsibilities.

1. 1a - Glossary and definitions

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

1. 1b Foundations

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

1. 1c Status remit and rationale

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

3. 1a Requirements and recommendations for employers

Role: 3- Legal framework and employer systems

Parents

If you are working on a visit as a parent volunteer, please read all documents – they give essential guidance to you for your role and responsibilities.

1. 1a - Glossary and definitions

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

1. 1b Foundations

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

1. 1c Status remit and rationale

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

Assistant Leader

Browse documents that give essential guidance to you for your role and responsibility as an assistant leader.

1. 1a - Glossary and definitions

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

1. 1b Foundations

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

1. 1c Status remit and rationale

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

Educational Visits Co-ordinator

Are you an Educational Visits Co-ordinator? View documents that give essential guidance to you for your role and responsibility.

1. 1a - Glossary and definitions

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

1. 1b Foundations

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

1. 1c Status remit and rationale

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

Head / Manager

Are you responsible for staff who lead outdoor learning, off site visits or learning outside the classroom? Browse documents that give essential guidance to you for your role and responsibilities.

1. 1a - Glossary and definitions

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

1. 1b Foundations

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

1. 1c Status remit and rationale

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

Outdoor Education Adviser

Are you responsible for providing advice, guidance, support or approval for outdoor learning, off site visits or learning outside the classroom?

1. 1a - Glossary and definitions

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

1. 1b Foundations

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

1. 1c Status remit and rationale

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

3. 1a Requirements and recommendations for employers

Role: 3- Legal framework and employer systems

1 - Basic essentials

Remit and width of National Guidance

1. 1a - Glossary and definitions

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

1. 1b Foundations

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

1. 1c Status remit and rationale

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

2- Making the case

Outdoor Learning, Offsite Visits and Learning Outside the Classroom can all have a positive impact on young people’s learning and development. In this section are a number of key documents that provide evidence for Schools and Children’s Services on the outcomes that well-organised Outdoor Learning, Offsite Visits and LOtC can achieve – including improvements to academic achievement, personal development and behaviour. Some of these documents are several years old, but we have included them for the useful perspective that they bring.

2. 2a Manifesto for LOtC

Role: 2- Making the case

2. 2b LOtC Manifesto summary

Role: 2- Making the case

2. 3a National Curriculum and Learning Outside the Classroom

Role: 2- Making the case

2. 4b Ofsted report on Learning Outside the Classroom 2008

Role: 2- Making the case

2. 4c Research Supporting Outdoor Learning and Learning Outside the Classroom

Role: 2- Making the case

2. 4d Review of outdoor learning research

Role: 2- Making the case

2. 4e Time for change

Role: 2- Making the case

2. 4f Raising achievement through the environment

Role: 2- Making the case

2. 4g Learning Away - Final report

Role: 2- Making the case

4. 6g Good practice Curledge Street Academy 2015

Role: 2- Making the case, 4 - Good practice

3- Legal framework and employer systems

This section contains guidance that will allow employers to establish appropriate systems for managing outdoor learning, off-site visits and learning outside the classroom. The systems created will involve roles and responsibilities and these are defined in these documents. Some documents are personalised to describe specific staff roles.

3. 1a Requirements and recommendations for employers

Role: 3- Legal framework and employer systems

4 - Good practice

This section contains a range of documents that assist employers in establishing appropriate systems for managing and delivering outdoor learning, off-site visits and learning outside the classroom – giving staff confidence that they are being supported by appropriate guidance and advice.

4. 6g Good practice Curledge Street Academy 2015

Role: 2- Making the case, 4 - Good practice

Local Authority Officer

Browse documents that give essential guidance to you for your role and responsibility as a Local Authority Officer.

1. 1a - Glossary and definitions

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

1. 1b Foundations

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

1. 1c Status remit and rationale

Role: Assistant Leader, 1 - Basic essentials, Employer, Visit Leader, Educational Visits Co-ordinator, Head / Manager, Governors, Trustees or Directors, Local Authority Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, Parents

3. 1a Requirements and recommendations for employers

Role: 3- Legal framework and employer systems


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