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Peer Review Status: Unrefereed
Title: Teaching, learning, and play in the outdoors: a survey of school and pre-school provision in Scotland
Author(s): Mannion, Greg
Mattu, Leanne
Wilson, Michael
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Citation: Mannion G, Mattu L & Wilson M (2015) Teaching, learning, and play in the outdoors: a survey of school and pre-school provision in Scotland. Scottish Natural Heritage Commissioned Report, 779. Scottish Natural Heritage.
Keywords: Outdoor
Curriculum for Excellence
Issue Date: Mar-2015
Date Deposited: 26-Mar-2015
Publisher: Scottish Natural Heritage
Series/Report no.: Scottish Natural Heritage Commissioned Report, 779
Abstract: First paragraph: In Scottish pre-schools and schools, through the implementation of Curriculum for Excellence and other policies, it has become an expectation that pupils will receive opportunities to learn outdoors within subject areas and in interdisciplinary studies. This expectation needs empirical investigation. To what extent, in what ways, and with what impacts are schools and pre-schools utilising the school grounds, local areas, and other places beyond as settings for the delivery of Curriculum for Excellence?
Type: Research Report
Rights: The publisher has granted permission for use of this work in this Repository. Published by Scottish Natural Heritage and can be found at:
Affiliation: Teaching Qual for further Education - LEGACY
Health Sciences Stirling

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