Being outdoors is very important. Children develop gross motor skills as they climb, jump and swing, and also social skills as they take turns on equipment and play hide and seek. Montessori believed strongly that children should be in touch with the substance of their world, encouraging work with clay, gardening, and growing activities, and even building little houses.
Fresh air and exercise are very important for a child’s well-being. Our outdoor areas are risk assessed prior to taking the children outside. The outdoor area offers free-flowing water from the outdoor tap and a wide range of both small All children have access to this area throughout the day.