Outdoor Planning Guide – Building & Constructing
Being outdoors means that you can do things on a bigger, grander scale than indoors. Construction can use large crates, long poles and wheels to create buildings and vehicles and big pieces of material to create dens and secret places. It provides the opportunity to solve real logistical and engineering problems as structures rise and fall, reshape themselves with new resources and different ideas.
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Audit Your Outdoor Provision
A typical outdoor environment should provide a range of experiences that help children to access different parts of the curriculum. Download out provision audit to assess the quality of your provision today.Download Audit
Transform Your Outdoor Environment
If redeveloping your outdoor area is a priority, then do get in touch. At Early Excellence we specialise in helping schools to plan and equip their outdoor areas, offering expert advice to help develop a well-managed outdoors curriculum for children 3-7yrs.More info
Shop Outdoor Resources
Explore our extensive range of outdoor play resources for inspiration on how to transform your outdoor provision and learning environment, with options suitable for children in nursery, reception, year one and KS1 primary years.Shop Resources