Informal learning usually takes place away from the structure of a formal classroom situation.

It can complement and reinforce classroom teaching, be a stand-alone activity, happen deliberately or by accident.  Activities tend to be hands-on and immersive. Because of this, for many children, young people and adults, it is often these experiences that have the most impact. Here are a few short clips:   

Muck and Magic

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Harvesting Potatoes

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Making Pickles

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Making Seed Compost

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The Oak and Dragon

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Our Little Sprouts featured in BGCI Education Review

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