I am sure we all work hard and have the ethos very much at the heart of what we provide. I know it chimes with me very strongly, the principles of Forest School, and truly feel I have found my home in the woods an with what I facilitate. Those who have met me know … Continue reading Validation
Booking is now open for this first opportunity to train as a #WildPassport practitioner in #Hampshire. This complete course training opportunity is for a small cohort of trainees so you will get more time to practice and hone the skills and knowledge required. Wild Passport The WILD Passport Practitioner course is a Level 3 course … Continue reading For the 1st timeWild Passport training in Hampshire
The CPD workshop covers knots, hitches and techniques to build ladders, erect rope ladders, low ropes, nets, swings, hammocks and slack lines plus safety considerations and risk-benefit assessment. Discuss the developmental benefits of physicality and how to increase it within your Forest School, outdoor space, play area or outdoor learning sessions. #forestschool #appropriaterisk #woodlandskills #outdoorplay … Continue reading Ropes, Swings and Things-Physicality in Forest School
We have been working with this school for three sessions and during these sessions we have seen a number of changes and the teachers and adults present have often commented on their learning, behaviour, responsibility and general positivity during the sessions.This particular week we saw the largest changes I have ever seen in ANY forest … Continue reading An amazing session…really transformative Forest School
This training course is essential for anyone wishing to lead Forest School programmes in their own setting. It covers learning theory and practical skills. Plus it gives participants the confidence and knowledge needed to establish and deliver their own Forest School programmes. If you want to know more about Forest School here is a great … Continue reading Forest school level three training.
I have worked with some of these learners for a number of months now and for a while we were working on their school grounds as the return to school settled. After Easter we returned to the woods and their development and style of play has changed, obviously as we have a much richer environment. … Continue reading woodand play.
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Friends of Elfwoods Dangstein, Dangstein Road, Petersfield GU31 5BZbooking form and further information can be found hereforms.gle/VXzjvSk3RX6JPG77AJoin us for this QNUK Level 3 Award in Forest School First Aid (RQF) course is suitable for those working within Forest School or outdoor education Suitable for Forest School practitioners who may need to undertake up to 3 … Continue reading QNUK L3 RQF Award Forest School & Paediatric First Aid
a couple of days a go i posted a short video of some of the bluebells in the adjacent plot to where I have been running #forestschool for a number of years with my long term programme with children with learning needs.(https://fb.watch/cO99jt3pLe/) heres the video This week we returned to the woods for the first … Continue reading Unexpected response….
Last term we had a really interesting young person who was knowledgeable of the planets and knew so very much about our solar system. They would frequently be found making the planet with mud , as here with clay, and one time with random sports balls found on the field. I spent a lot of … Continue reading Allowing free play