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Published on 27.03.20

Get Outside with the Outdoor Hub

Our Outdoor Hub is free to everyone and packed full of literally hundreds of step-by-step, photo-illustrated activities.

You don't have to be out in an amazing Forest School or woodland setting, most of the activities can be done at home in a yard or garden, many of them can be adapted and done indoors.

Click here to browse our Outdoor Hub activities

We really do encourage you to get outside if you can - the benefits to your health and wellbeing are huge. If you are able, find a way to get outside and take a breath of fresh air, move your body and let off some steam.

Our activities are organised in categories so you can find what you need, or use our keyword search (scroll down the left hand menu) to follow your children's interests.


Our one stop shop has a diverse selection of practical, educational and inspiring products for all your forest school, outdoor play and learning requirements.

Dinosaur Footprint Stepping Boards - 1-10

£55.99 exVAT

Keep your little ones moving with this fun dinosaur trail. Each footprint is on a wooden board that is in its natural form, still with the bark on. Numbered 1-10.

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£0.00 exVAT

Hide out in the garden & track down the mini beasts. Includes tarp, rope & pegs for your den; bug viewer, magnifier & pooter; Field Guide to Bugs on Bushes & wooden discs to record your findings.

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Outdoor Hub:

The Outdoor Hub has a wealth of inspiring activities, events and information. Each section has been designed to encourage engagement in the outdoors, connection with nature and to help spark imaginative play and creativity.


Welcome to our Mud page! Come and explore mud and the whys, hows and wherefores of mud play, along with some inspiration for bringing mud and messy play into your setting.

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Outdoor play

Outdoor play, natural play and nature play are different terms used to describe children 'being' outdoors. Being allowed to lead their own play, explore, investigate, be curious and take risks in a natural/outdoor environment.

Jan White introduces this section and details the importance and benefits of child-led and child-initiated play.

This section is filled with information surrounding the theory and practice of outdoor play - articles, policies, books and research.

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