Let’s Go – Science Trails

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Use your outdoor environment for teaching scientific concepts to children.
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  • Inspires and supports teachers in using the outdoor environment in their science lessons

  • Developed by practising teachers from the Primary Science Teaching Trust (PSTT)

  • Features trails which can be easily adapted to suit a teachers own local environment

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Let’s Go – Science Trails

Use your outdoor environment for teaching scientific concepts to children.

  • Created by practising teachers, the book was designed to inspire and support educators and features 29 trail ideas as well as a huge range of other material.

  • Developed by the Primary Science Teaching Trust (PSTT), the original concept came from a group of teachers in the London borough of Haringey who recognised that their outdoor areas in Urban London, were often an underused resource.

  • The trails they created, provide a holistic way of looking at Science in the world around us, using the local environment. Each trail is designed to be easily adaptable to your own school’s environment and surroundings. They provide support and ideas for outdoor learning, with a set of objectives, resources/equipment needed and health and safety implications.

  • An invaluable resource for CPD, with a huge range of ideas and materials to promote outdoor learning from EYFS to KS2, a curriculum grid, full scientific glossary and cross-curricular links. Numerous topics are featured in the book including animals, biodiversity and habitats, electricity, energy, forces, light, plants, properties and uses of materials, rocks, fossils and soils, seasonal change, sound and states of matter.

  • Using the outdoor area as a teaching tool enhances a child’s learning experience as the natural world provides a stimulating environment that ignites curiosity and encourages exploration. Being outdoors is beneficial to a child’s physical and mental well-being and by interacting with the outdoor environment children, can also make real-world connections to scientific concepts.

  • The Primary Science Teaching Trust (PSTT) is a charitable organisation helping to improve the teaching and learning of primary science across the UK.


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