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John Muir Award and the National Curriculum

The John Muir Award can support teachers to deliver learning outcomes from the National Curriculum through practical, creative and engaging approaches.
Use this resource to find out how it can be used to:
- Support a wide range of educational needs
- Contribute to learning and teaching across all subject areas
- Recognise achievement
- Help deliver whole school initiatives

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