An Introduction to Forest School and Bushcraft Activities

Provider: Widehorizons Outdoor Education Trust
£60.00 (no VAT on this item)

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Description A practical course introducing the concept and impacts of Forest School and Bushcraft-based activities, and how they can be used to support curriculum learning and behaviour management, motivation and attendance.
Duration 1pm - 4pm
Website

Widehorizons Outdoor Education Trust's website

http://www.widehorizons.org.uk/introduction-to-forest-school-and-bushcraft/
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Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students

A practical course introducing the concept and impacts of Forest School and Bushcraft-based activities, and how they can be used to support curriculum learning and behaviour management, motivation and attendance.

Participants will try out a range of activities including; lighting and cooking on fires, shelter building, natural art and crafts, and storytelling.

Learning Outcomes

  • To introduce Forest School and Bushcraft activities
  • Direct linking theses activities to the academic and wider school curriculum
  • Hands-on sessions exploring the use of different activities to support learning and development
  • A chance to explore how these activities could benefit your pupils
  • Discussions on adapting these activities for different ages and abilities, and for those with special needs
  • Risk assessment and management 
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Details

This course does not have any pre-booked dates available. Please contact the provider directly to arrange this training.