"The best classroom and the richest cupboard is roofed only by the sky"- MargaretMcMillan.

Playing outside, where there is more space, enables students to be more active. The outdoor play is generally unstructured and this is ideal for letting children use their imagination and develop their creativity. Encouraging students to play together or take part in team sports can help them to communicate more effectively, learn social rules like turn taking, make new friends and show them how to resolve dispute and become skilled negotiators.