Learning through Landscapes (LTL) – a charity dedicated to creating stimulating outdoor learning and play experiences for children and young people – have recently joined as members of SEEd at our new £100 level. The charity has been doing some fantastic and innovative work over the past few years around the promotion of outdoor spaces as an educational resource.

LTL have recently embarked on an Erasmus funded project entitled ‘Take me Out’ which supports the skills of early years and KS1/First Level teachers in outdoor learning and play. They also offer CPD courses on outdoor learning, and have just launched a project pilot exploring the food growing enterprise possibilities of school grounds.

Juno Hollyhock, CEO of Learning through Landscapes, said: “We are delighted to be able to renew our SEEd membership this year, we find the resources and training opportunities immensely useful and will be using our membership to help us develop new and exciting programmes of work”.

SEEd have worked closely with Learning through Landscapes over the past few years through the Sustainable Schools Alliance, and look forward to our ongoing collaboration.