The master's thesis explores the influence of school in nature on the restructuring of class dynamics and how school in nature affects the development of social skills. It connects fields of social work, education and sport in the field of youth work. When working with young people, it is essential for youth workers to be familiar with the concepts of working with them. Therefore, in the theoretical introduction, the chapter is intended to present these concepts. For a better theoretical understanding of the field of research the importance of the movement for children and adolescents is introduced below. It introduces us into presentation of an experiential pedagogies and finally to the field of school in nature. Schools in nature have a significant impact on the overall development of children, in activities in nature and in community life children develop physical, emotional and social skills. The results of the research show that in nature teaching takes place in a more relaxed atmosphere, through experiences, games and activities in nature, which proves to be an effective educational approach that increases the motivation to learn and recognize new substances and activities. Children learning from the experience can memorize and internalize everything more quickly. The research has shown that by overcoming obstacles and fears, children strengthen autonomy, resourcefulness, will and endurance. Relationships in schools in nature are deepened and strengthened. In a new, unfamiliar environment, a greater sense of belonging to the group develops and mutual assistance and cooperation are greater than in the classroom. School in nature is important for children, this is a place where they can nurture their need for adventure in a safe environment. During living together and sharing activities in nature, the relationships between students and between students and teachers are strengthened, and the relationships between students and teachers are more relaxed and equal. Active participation of a class teacher in a school in nature, which through its participation, sets an example for students, has proved to be important. At school in nature, through living together and getting to know classmates in new life situations, relationships are deepened and social bonds gets stronger. Life and activities in nature have a positive effect on children with learning, socialization and behavioral problems and on their easiness, the frequency of deviant behavior is reduced. These children find it easier to establish themselves in school in nature, to show their strong areas and thus to increase self-esteem. The research shows that the social component and knowledge of social skills are important in the implementation of schools in nature. For the quality performance of schools in nature it is important that the sports educators and persons with social work skills cooperate, with that children in schools in nature gain an important experience and have the opportunity to enhance their physical, mental and social development.