What is outside? The early years foundation stage in England: outdoor facilities, organisation and staff attitudes

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Bilton, Helen;

The purpose of this paper is to report on the facilities available, organisation of, and staff attitudes to early years outdoor education from schools within the south east of England, focusing on provision for children aged three to five. One component of the successfu... View more
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