Manifesto for learning outside the classroom


Published: 1st March 2007

the Learning Outside the Classroom Manifesto – launched a few months ago - is intended to be a ‘movement’, the purpose of which is to canvas support for education beyond the school walls. It grew out of the education and skills select Committee’s report of 2005 which acknowledged the challenges of promoting learning outside the classroom. For example, it recognised the fear of risk and the concerns about bureaucracy. the Committee recommended that a manifesto be developed with the backing of influential stakeholders which could ultimately attract funding to pay for activities, facilities and training for teachers.

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