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Too many apps, not enough maps (and compasses)?

We all love the ease of using GPS and smart-phone apps to find our way around … but like living on junk food alone an over reliance on this is bad for our long-term (navigational) health.  The Royal Institute of Navigation (RIN)  is currently … Continue reading

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Carry on Campie – beach adventures

The final group of P6 have made their way down to Ravensheugh beach today for some high quality outdoor learning in the winter sun. Five trips have been made in total by groups of P6 pupils with all designing their own … Continue reading

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TREE-mendous Outdoor Learning

StoneyHill Branch Out StoneyHill can’t Leaf it Alone StoneyHill Learners suddenly Twig Root and Branch change to Learning at StoneyHill StoneyHill Barking up the Right Tree Lots of possible titles for the learning that StoneyHill Primary have been undertaking with … Continue reading

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Macmerry Make Moves

Just to say many thanks for organising our three wonderful days with the Outdoor Ed team. We had a really great time and all learned such a lot about ourselves, each other and our environment. Continue reading

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Campie Beach Adventures

This week and next Campie Primary 5/6 6a and 6b are working with the Outdoor Learning Service to get out and about on their beautiful coastline. For some images of Campie’s outdoor adventures please click here The pupils were looking … Continue reading

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