Children taught by teachers who don't even have an A-level in their subject https://t.co/KpGXcjbglL
As we approach the end of the #YearofFieldwork check out the variety favourite fieldwork sites on our map:https://t.co/n5Rqyfdnzn
It may be the summer holidays but hopefully some of you are still finding time for fieldwork? #yearoffieldwork
What's been your best #yearoffieldwork moment this term? #fieldworkfriday https://t.co/bJOpJcQZzC
Get inspired about #outdoorlearning by following #yearoffieldwork - fab pictures and places :)
Year of Fieldwork
Fieldwork and other out-of-classroom learning experiences are increasingly being recognised across the curriculum as a highly valuable tool in raising standards and skills in participants of all ages. The Year of Fieldwork brings together a range of partners to celebrate these skills and opportunities and to offer support for those that wish to develop these further.
Founding partners Esri UK, Field Studies Council, the Geographical Association, Ordnance Survey and the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) are working collaboratively to promote the value of fieldwork and the wide range of resources, training and other support that is available to schools.
The principal purposes of the Year of Fieldwork are to:
Highlight examples of good practice and the support that we, and others, provide to support schools to enhance the fieldwork that they provide
Encourage more schools to undertake geographical fieldwork at all phase of the curriculum, and examination classes
Raise awareness of the value of fieldwork to geographical education and the benefits that it provides to young people
Promote the benefits of fieldwork as a valuable and transferable skill across a range of subject areas.
Our hope is that schools and colleges across the country join with us to celebrate fieldwork and the opportunities it provides not just during the Year of Fieldwork, but throughout the life of learners.
See the Fieldwork Map