It was time to get outside on Friday. I asked Year 7 class to pair off, think of a place in the school and then create a description of that place to share with the rest of the class. The only rule was that pen, paper and pencils were not allowed, and definitely no clipboards! That was the input. The results included a map created from what was laying around (in the photo above); three drama performances; a phone video and poems written into the notepad function. The descriptions were imaginative and effective, and it was excellent to see the wide range of options that the class chose. This is an example of Doorstep Geography: powerful outdoor learning and ICT combined.