In a few weeks time I'm having around 15-20 3-6yrs olds visiting my school for a day outside. The area is a garden and grassy playing field. All the children have either a hearing or a visual impairment. There will be lots of adults to support. There will be an indoor space if needed too - the gym hall.
Any advice or ideas over organising the day, activities and opportunities for free play are gratefully received.
The children and adults normally have a trip each year, but the principal of these schools felt the children could do with a more "wholesome" outdoor experience.
It's a very short time because the children are picked up from different places and bused in. The day won't probably get going until 10.30am. There will be a break for lunch at 12. After that there will be another hour or 1.5hrs max. No resting time!
Hope this helps and thanks for your thoughts.