Creating outdoor environments that help to develop resilience

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Environments that enable pupils of all ages to play outside can help develop emotional resilience on top of the obvious health benefits in the battle against rising obesity levels.

Creating a varied outdoor environment and allowing pupils the opportunity to experience appropriate risk and challenge helps to develop skills beyond the academic – including negotiation, resilience and independence.


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