Risk benefit and managing risk in outdoor learning
Introduction to and assessing the outdoor classroom
Elemental play (fire, earth, water, air)
Enabling creativity and imagination in the outdoors
Introduction to nature Pedagogy
Planning activities and operating outside
The Parklands Education team have a series of endorsed and bespoke programs that provide training programs for individuals, small groups or organisations. Training can take place in online, onsite or at your school local teaching site.
NESA Accredited Training for Proficient Teachers
The Parklands has been endorsed to deliver two courses for NSW Proficient Teachers Accreditation. The programs include: Practical Skills for Outdoor Learning and Geography Outdoors. Due to COVID restrictions, these sessions are offered as short online courses. These programs aim to assist teachers to understand the teaching principles and pedagogy of outdoor learning in relation to the National Curriculum.
Past and Recent Clients Include:
- Network of Community Activities
- Campbelltown Council Children's Services
- Eastern Suburbs Sustainable Schools Network
- National Parks and Wildlife Discovery team
- Queensland Education Department
- SDN Children's Services
- KU Children's Services
“The ‘Bush Education Course’ at Centennial Parklands has built upon both teacher’s and children’s sense of wonder, knowledge and confidence to immerse ourselves into implementing our own ‘Connecting with Nature’ programme. Thank you Sam for sharing your depth of knowledge, expertise and enthusiasm about the natural world around us”. Cheryl, Early Years Educator; Reddam House School.
Please contact our Education Team to discuss costs, delivery requirements and objectives. Download our flyer with all details here.