Each week, students at a small regional school on the New South Wales mid-north coast spend a day in the bush, exploring, experimenting, creating and getting dirty.
Among those who get to create games around the gum trees is nine-year-old student Chelsey.
"I like that we don't have to do work on a piece of paper and we can just explore nature," she said.
The students are part of a new bush school program at the Manning Adventist School, outside Taree, one of the latest Australian schools to embrace outdoor learning.
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