Go Outdoors! Guidance and Good Practice on Encouraging Outdoor Activities in Residential Child Care

Maire McCormack, Peter Cornall, Gavin Howat, Matthew Young, Marjory Booth, Liz Lafferty, Alison Gough, Irene Stevens, Ian Milligan

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Abstract

This resource is a fantastic tool for managers of residential services or individual residential practitioners. It's also ideal for local authority outdoor education staff. It promotes the right of young people living in a residential setting, to be allowed to participate in everyday activities like riding a bike, while allowing managers to carry out their duty of care safely and responsibly.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationGlasgow
Number of pages18
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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Keywords

  • residential care
  • outdoor activities for children
  • young people
  • risk-averse practices

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McCormack, M., Cornall, P., Howat, G., Young, M., Booth, M., Lafferty, L., ... Milligan, I. (2010). Go Outdoors! Guidance and Good Practice on Encouraging Outdoor Activities in Residential Child Care. Glasgow.
McCormack, Maire ; Cornall, Peter ; Howat, Gavin ; Young, Matthew ; Booth, Marjory ; Lafferty, Liz ; Gough, Alison ; Stevens, Irene ; Milligan, Ian. / Go Outdoors! Guidance and Good Practice on Encouraging Outdoor Activities in Residential Child Care. Glasgow, 2010. 18 p.
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Go Outdoors! Guidance and Good Practice on Encouraging Outdoor Activities in Residential Child Care. / McCormack, Maire; Cornall, Peter; Howat, Gavin; Young, Matthew; Booth, Marjory; Lafferty, Liz; Gough, Alison ; Stevens, Irene; Milligan, Ian.

Glasgow, 2010. 18 p.

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