Ministers want to change the emphasis in outdoor education

17th February 2006 at 00:00
Ministers want to change the emphasis in outdoor education, Robert Brown, Deputy Education Minister, said. "We are moving away from the notion that outdoor education is a singular, discrete and expensive experience to the concept that outdoor learning for all young people should be an intrinsic, ongoing part of pupils' educational experience," Mr Brown said.

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