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Using gardens and woodlands as a learning resource for SEN and EBD pupils

Resource to help KS3-4 teachers of children with special educational needs to develop high-quality learning experiences outdoors, with examples based on growing in a polytunnel (theme 1), woodland activities (theme 2) and beekeeping (theme 3).
Note: this resource was produced some years ago and hence some of the links and curriculum references may be out of date but we consider there isstill a great deal of useful information and many good activities within the resource.

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Growing Schools
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