Learning in and Outdoor Environment   Recently updated !


Hiring a private tutor for your child is a fantastic way for you to inspire them to keep on track with their education and to improve in key areas that may be coming up in school, or that they have been struggling with. At The Education Centre Liverpool we can help partner you with the perfect private tutor for your child’s specific needs.

There are several other ways in which you can inspire your child to embrace learning, with the outdoors a great blank canvas with which to explore different ways to learn.

Whether you choose for your children to learn outdoors on their own, with friends, as part of a family outing, or as a setting with their personal tutor, there are some real benefits to embracing it as a great way to learn.

The first thing you can do is to be inspired by nature and to work it into homework sessions. A family outing in the park at the weekend could be the perfect setting in which to further the vocabulary of your children and to learn more about nature and their surroundings. The local park could also be the best way to have a relaxed private tuition session when the weather is nice.

If you live in a big city such as Liverpool, there is always an exciting activity available to you. Inspire your children with culture and events, expanding their horizons. A visit to an art gallery could be the start of a life-long love of art as a viewer, or as a creator, with a trip to the theatre providing the same impetus to a child who enjoys writing. At best it could transform the entire life and future career of your child, at worst it expands horizons and encourages learning in everyday life, not just in the classroom.

Allow your children to investigate the parts of the city, and your local area that excites them. The back streets of the city, the rivers, lakes, beaches and much more are all inspirational to youngsters looking to find their way in the world. From art to history and geography, there are many different aspects of a city that can be used as a teachable moment to inspire young students.

As you can see, there are plenty of ways in which an outdoor environment can be a stimulating one for a young student. Encouraging time spent outdoors is a great way to spend time as a family, as well as ensuring that your child remains curious and willing to learn, in ways that doesn’t feel like a chore. It also provides an alternative for actual study, away from the classrooms, or the feeling of being forced into homework at a set time, in the same place each week.

If you would like to find out more about our private tuition sessions on Merseyside, contact The Education Centre Liverpool today by calling 0151 515 8191 or by emailing theeducationcentreliverpool@outlook.com.

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