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Commons Chamber
Coronavirus - Thu 25 Mar 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: the “stay at home” rule will end and six people or two households will be able to meet outdoors, and outdoor - Link
2: the road map out of this difficult time that clearly we are all experiencing as a national community, outdoor - Link
3: ) mentioned the evidence to the Science and Technology Committee that there is no known instance of outdoor - Link


Lords Chamber
Covid-19: One Year Report - Thu 25 Mar 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Our learning from the tiers has also enhanced what we have been able to do in the road map. - Link
2: If the Government were committed to learning to improve the safety and resilience of the nation, they - Link
3: which had not been identified at that point—in terms of mental health, domestic abuse, jobs, loss of learning - Link
4: We already know that the Government are keen to get people back to pub gardens and outdoor dining, but - Link
5: We economists, naive as we are, believe in learning by doing. - Link
6: Prolonged isolation affects regions associated with learning, memory and the processing of emotion. - Link


Commons Chamber
Oral Answers to Questions - Tue 23 Mar 2021
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Mentions:
1: Receptions from 12 April will be outdoor receptions. - Link
2: delays in voucher processing are due to our robust fraud and gaming checks, which we have implemented by learning - Link


Westminster Hall
Education After Covid-19 - Tue 23 Mar 2021
Department for Education

Mentions:
1: We know that long holidays can damage kids’ learning. - Link
2: We are seeing the fruit of that dropping from the tree now—lost learning, and young people with deep - Link
3: The lessons we are learning from the pandemic can be a driver for real positive change. - Link
4: However, there was nothing for outdoor education centres. - Link


Westminster Hall
Spring 2021 Covid-19 Road Map - Mon 22 Mar 2021
Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

Mentions:
1: Scottish Government have made clear their prioritisation of education and a phased return for early learning - Link
2: We are learning more and more about the connection between mental and physical health, and about some - Link
3: Most immediately, and subject to the latest data, sport returns from 29 March, which is when outdoor - Link


Lords Chamber
Health and Social Care Update - Mon 22 Mar 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Statements, but many of the 6 million carers looking after vulnerable adults, including those with learning - Link
2: Will he also report on the implementation of visiting policies for people with learning disabilities - Link
3: ensure that local authorities are making progress to resume assessments of the needs of adults with learning - Link
4: This nation has an opportunity to embrace a lifestyle with more outdoor activity and exercise and a greater - Link


Commons Chamber
Business of the House - Thu 18 Mar 2021
Leader of the House

Mentions:
1: education recovery commissioner to oversee our long-term plans to ensure pupils can make up any lost learning - Link
2: During the pandemic, we have learned how important open outdoor space is, not just for social - Link


Westminster Hall
Covid-19: Impact on Education - Mon 15 Mar 2021
Department for Education

Mentions:
1: schools; and there is a massive challenge in front of young people, to try to make up for some of the learning - Link
2: There are lessons to take from online learning, too. - Link
3: That could be in the form of outdoor equipment or individual counselling. - Link
4: Despite the best efforts of schools to keep children learning from home, we know that none the - Link
5: I want to see every penny of schools’ budgets being directed to learning and teaching, and providing - Link
6: , but none the less there will be some degree of learning loss, and we know that the challenges faced - Link


Lords Chamber
Budget Statement - Fri 12 Mar 2021
HM Treasury

Mentions:
1: The Government’s road map out of the pandemic notes:“Exercise and outdoor sports are well - Link
2: Government recognise the acute impact of the pandemic on children’s lives—particularly the impact from lost learning - Link


Lords Chamber
Covid-19: Care System - Mon 08 Mar 2021
Department for Education

Mentions:
1: My Lords, it is good that schools have returned today, but can HMG make certain that more—preferably outdoor—sports - Link
2: stages of transition and yet, all too often, children and young people are experiencing barriers to learning - Link


Commons Chamber
Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation - Wed 03 Mar 2021
Cabinet Office

Mentions:
1: Although the Government have rightly provided digital devices and tutoring schemes for learning, children - Link
2: It should therefore be a learning experience and seen as a template, not just treated as a necessary - Link
3: starting with the accelerated funding programme for phase 1 of our plan to completely refurbish the outdoor - Link
4: Combined with our new approach to skills, adult learning and retraining, which was announced in the FE - Link
5: failed to follow the lead of Northern Ireland and Scotland and provide any support whatsoever for our outdoor - Link


Commons Chamber
Covid-19 Update - Tue 02 Mar 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: May I probe him on the question of outdoor transmission? - Link
2: outdoors is safer than indoors—the likelihood of transmission outdoors is much lower—but that in crowded outdoor - Link
3: That is the nature of science; it is about constantly learning as new facts come to bear. - Link


Commons Chamber
Covid-19: Cultural and Entertainment Sectors - Tue 02 Mar 2021
Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

Mentions:
1: Under the road map, outdoor sport and leisure facilities will be able to reopen at the second - Link
2: We produced an outdoor show called “846”, our response to George Floyd’s death. - Link
3: to lose out on further training and reskilling opportunities as the Government plan to axe the union learning - Link
4: some of that to the undeniably important and culturally rich sector that provides so much invaluable learning - Link
5: The Music Man Project is an inspirational local charity for people with learning difficulties. - Link
6: who works in the costume department at the Royal Opera House described to me the lifelong training, learning - Link


Commons Chamber
Education Route Map: Covid-19 - Thu 25 Feb 2021
Department for Education

Mentions:
1: Finally, on Monday, I mentioned organised outdoor sport—not school sport, which I know is allowed - Link
2: How can we use the recovery to support pupils to develop a real love of learning? - Link
3: This will revolutionise their learning. - Link
4: One-to-one and small group learning is vital. - Link
5: A schools-plus programme of blended learning should not only address lost learning, but be a starting - Link
6: We know that often these pupils struggle with online learning. - Link
7: Our children have not only missed out on learning. - Link


Commons Chamber
Coronavirus: Supporting Businesses and Individuals - Tue 23 Feb 2021
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Mentions:
1: provided support for commercial rents and deregulated to allow the better use of public spaces for outdoor - Link
2: They must not be left to struggle while other business that are fortunate enough to have outdoor seating - Link
3: substantial additional hardship support from Government, as well as support for universities to address lost learning—practical - Link