By Carol McNeill and Glynn Roberts
This book provides teachers with a very practical guide to orienteering as an outdoor adventure activity in the school curriculum.
‘This book is the best resource currently available for teachers of orienteering as an outdoor and adventurous activity in schools and outdoor centres. It offers best practice based on the authors’ long experience of teaching the sport’. Derek Allison, Director of Coaching, British Orienteering
Includes 16 lesson plans.
Fully illustrated with photos, maps and clear line drawings
The book covers work primarily at Key Stages 1 and 2, but teachers will also find guidance for activities at Key Stage 3.
Developed from the 1992 publication ‘Orienteering in the National Curriculum Key Stages 1-3’ by Carol McNeill, Jim Martland and Peter Palmer.
Produced in co-operation with the British Schools Association and British Orienteering, the UK governing body for the sport.
Size A4. 48 pages, paperback. Published September 2009.