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We are Finalists!

We are Finalists!

We are over the moon to be finalists in the What's On awards in June.

Should children be taught to take risks at school?

Should children be taught to take risks at school?

According to the Chair of the Heath and Safety Executive (HSE) "Coping with risk and danger should be part of curriculum". Dame Judith Hackitt  believes that the ‘excessively risk-averse’ culture in schools is stifling children’s readiness for the real world.

Easter holiday inspiration

Easter holiday inspiration

Want to know more on what The Outdoors Project is all about? Need some ideas for the Easter Holidays? Be sure to watch the official trailer showing some of the exciting activities our kids get up to at our Holiday Clubs! 

The Importance of Outdoor Play

The Importance of Outdoor Play

Building dens, climbing trees, playing pooh sticks by a river, kicking a ball in the street with your friends...these are all simple pleasures that many of us enjoyed as a normal part of our childhood. 

Risk Essential to Childhood

Risk Essential to Childhood

Following a recent parliamentary report on a fit and healthy childhood, Children need to be exposed to risky play as an essential part of their childhood.

Half-term Hijinks

Half-term Hijinks

What a great half-term holiday this Autumn...5 days of Holiday Clubs, 200+ excited children, 1000's of Nerf darts, 100's of hula hoops, mountains of mud and halloween madness with Dr Wally.

Nature for your Nursery?

Nature for your Nursery?

After enjoying huge success across Sussex, with 36 sold out after school clubs in 31 schools (and counting), The Outdoors Project is now offering its’ unique Forest School experience to nurseries in Brighton and Hove.