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Forest Schools and SEN Work

SEN and Behavioural Support

The Team has a vast experience of working with students with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties. We have developed a variety of programmes that can be used to meet the needs of the students. Team members are Team Teach / TCI trained.

Primary Schools

We utilise a professional and personal approach to deliver Forest School programmes that challenge, develop, educate and that are fun for young people. These programmes create a supportive environment that aims to build a respect for the Forest, each other and oneself.

Our programmes are delivered at various sites across the county by our Level 3 qualified Forest School practitioners.

Our alternative provision Forest School groups are aimed at primary or KS3 school pupils who may either be having difficulty with self-esteem, struggling within a classroom environment, at risk of exclusion or those who just need the chance to succeed or be inspired in an outdoor environment. Please contact us if you have other requirements, we have a ‘can do’ attitude! Sessions usually run from 9:30am-2:30pm

Seconday Schools, Further and Higher Education

The Triple E 2 Triple R programme, a 2 term programme aiming to engage, enthuse, educate and then elevate horizons. For groups of up to 6 students. The first term will involve various PHSE subjects, First Aid and the chance to try out a variety of outdoor activities looking at students demonstrating appropriate behaviour, learning and development. Those progressing up the Model will be encouraged to take part in our RRR programme; they will be trained in how to deliver an outdoor activity and then deliver this activity to other school children (usually younger than themselves). The second term aims to turn these students into instructors – learning how to deliver an outdoor session to junior school children – demonstrating the 3 R’s.

Responsibility; the student becomes a LEADER – responsible for safety, setting up of equipment, and effective coaching of younger school children

Role-model: the student becomes a positive role model to younger children and their peers – taking on a clear positive leadership role

Respect: the student earns real respect through their role and their actions
Weekly Engagement Sessions: A weekly Outdoor Activity Course session to support your alternative provision focusing on Challenge, Development, Education as well as having a bit of Fun!

Weekly Engagement Sessions; a weekly Outdoor Activity Course session to support your alternative provision focusing on Challenge, Development, Education as well as having a bit of Fun!

Contact us to Discuss Options