Upon receiving the award, Huntfun founder Stephen Whetstone said: “Being awarded the LOtC Resource Provider Award is a real coup for all the staff here as it shows that we offer teachers the type of high quality learning resources that young people can really benefit from.”
Huntfun, a company that organise treasure hunts that facilitate pupils learning outside the classroom by encouraging them to work together, problem solve and explore are delighted with the award. Whetstone added: “We're thrilled to get official recognition for our efforts and we look forward to facilitating learning outside the classroom for even more children and young people.”
Beth Gardner, Chief Executive of the Council for LOtC, who assign the award, believes that learning outside the classroom provides the most memorable experiences in a child’s school life. She said: “The LOtC Resource Provider Award demonstrates to teachers that a product or service will facilitate their delivery of genuinely valuable learning outside the classroom experiences to their children and young people.”
The Council can assist teachers by providing support, guidance and information on how to plan and organise high quality LOtC activities.
For further information visit: www.lotc.org.uk