Royal Horticultural Society invites Landscapes Naturally to run CPD courses for teachers
It’s good to see our members getting involved with positive and beneficial work across Worcestershire; Felicity Robinson, from Landscapes Naturally, not only works with the environment in schools as her day-to-day job, she is now working with the Royal Horticultural Society to bring the environment into learning.
The Royal Horticultural Society runs CPD training for teachers across the country. Felicity is one of the Royal Horticultural Society’s independent accredited trainers, who delivers the CPD training in venues all over the country. Felicity has already delivered this training at the RHS gardens, City Farms and a variety of other venues, and now she has been tasked with revitalising some of the courses offered by the RHS.
Felicity says there are new and exciting developments within Design and Technology in secondary schools. Take a look at the course “Growing the D&T curriculum” Not only that, but primary schools can also expect exciting changes to their school grounds- Felicity has written a course, “Spaces for Learning Outside which will help teachers take a closer look at their school grounds, analyse it in a helpful way, involve children and bring learning to life. This analysis should then lead on to highlight new ways that teachers can maximise their grounds’ potential for play and learning.
Here is the link to the West Midlands page of the RHS CPD courses.