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Schools Without Walls gets top marks

By October 31, 2017 No Comments

‘Schools Without Walls’ from So Sussex has worked with many local schools over the last few years creating imaginative installations in the woods at Elderflower Fields.

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The programme that places the countryside right at the centre of engaging educational experiences has been ‘highly recommended’ by the Campaign for the Protection of Rural England. Inspiring and innovative projects were celebrated at the Sussex Countryside Awards 2017 in a ceremony at Petworth House earlier this month. Caroline Fleming and Paul Webster were recognised for their outstanding commitment to Outdoor Education.

Congratulations Caroline and Paul, and all those involved with Schools Without Walls.

As an organisation, So Sussex are passionate about the benefits of learning outdoors and enjoying and appreciating Sussex. For more info on Schools Without Walls and how they can work with your school click here.

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