Information and help for teachers.

These documents will hop‍‍‍efully prove helpful as you prepare to stay with or visit us:



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While teachers are here onsite, there’s space to observe, participate and come alongside pupils as our team lead through activities.  One local school books in 3 weeks of transition activities for new Year 7 pupils since it bonds students, smoothes transition, and gives teachers a deeper understanding of their cohort better than anything else.  

There are many examples of good teaching practice in many different environments.  We hope and expect our team to embody and role model our ethos and approach, and as much as we expect them to keep developing and learning, you may find

However, we also offer support and resources to teachers and schools outside of their time at Ringsfield Hall:

-  Providing resources and materials to further embed residential learning back in school

-  Delivering programmes on site for schools,

-  Consultancy work, modelling playwork or participatory outdoor approaches for school staff

-  Inset training for outdoor education in school or on site

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‍‍‍We also partner with Mantle of the Expert, who host many of their training residentials at Ringsfield Hall.  If you've not come across this inspiring and innovative approach to teaching and learning, we can wholeheartedly recommend Tim Taylor's recently published book:

Download: Ringsfield Hall Floor Plans.pdf

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Download: Safety at Ringsfield Hall EcoActivity Centre.pdf

Download: Food Allergies Policy Oct-17.pdf

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Download: Ringsfield Hall EcoActivity Centre Site Risk Assessment (Nov 2017).pdf