05:37AM, Friday 09 March 2012
Nearly 200 early years staff from nurseries and pre-schools across the borough will be wrapping up warm at the Berkshire College of Agriculture tomorrow for a hands-on experience of outdoor education.
The conference will focus on practical activities and workshops including building dens, lighting fires, role play and storey telling at the Hall Place site as well as a series of talks on the benefits of learning outdoors.
The event is being organised by the Royal Borough's early years team in partnership with the National Trust, the RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds) the Woodland Trust and BBOWT (Berks, Bucks and Oxon Wildlife Trust).
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