Outdoor Learning engages students in practical and active learning experiences in natural environments and settings, and this typically takes place beyond the school classroom.
In these environments, students develop the skills and understandings to move Safely and safely and competently while valuing a positive relationship with natural environments and promoting the sustainable use of these environments.
These curriculum connections allow educators to draw connections across the dimensions of the Au s tr a lia n Curriculum on various conceptual themes from Foundation to Year 10. Through a partnership with Outdoor Education Australia, a framework has been developed for students to experience guided, integrated learning across the curriculum in natural environments. Students , therefore, can gain unique and specific benefits from outdoor learning including skills and understandings while valuing a positive relationship with natural environments and promote sustainable use of these environments.