This briefing note is one of a series that summarises evidence of the relationships between the natural environment and a range of outcomes. This briefing focuses on the impacts of learning in natural environments and the impacts of natural environments on learning processes and outcomes. The notes are aimed at: policy makers, practitioners, practice enablers (including Natural England and Natural Resources Wales), local decision makers, and the wider research community. They highlight some of the implications for future policy, service delivery and research. It is intended they will inform practitioner planning, targeting and rationales, but not the identification of solutions or design of interventions. Barriers to access or use of natural environments are not considered in these notes. The other briefings in the series published so far cover physical activity, obesity, physiological health, mental health, and connection to nature. The notes consider evidence of relevance to the UK and outcomes for both adults and children. Please see EIN016 for methodology, glossary and evaluation resources.
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