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  • Forest School News
    spread and what to do if find evidence of the disease visit Defra pages 2 Chalara Ash dieback for latest news March 2013 on this visit Forestry Commission pages 3 Government planning to fund the planting of more ash trees March 2013 visit BBC news National Forest School Association FSA Launched on the 7th July 2012 this national Forest School Association is a professional body providing UK wide voice for Forest School and aims to promote best practice www forestschoolassociation org Article from IOL Horizon Magazine on the Roots of Forest School Thank you to the Institute of Outdoor Learning IOL for sending us a copy of the article in pdf format for circulating Roots of Forest School Article New Research on Forest School Forest School case study looing at child led risk play outdoors The research focuses on a year long Forest School programme for a group of 4 children from a school in Cardiff Queens Wood Forest School An interesting article about Forest School and some contemporary issues Contemporary issues Forest School New Modular Level 3 Leader Training course format After many years of successfully delivering the level 3 Forest School Practitioner training we have devised a mew modular format which results in the same qualification and standard of training but will offer students a different approach to completing the training The training will take place over a number of sequential 2 day training modules which should be easier for those who work in schools to get time off for training In addition the coursework requirement is split across the modules thereby removing the need to compile a single large portfolio at the end of the training The modular course still incorporates assessment of practical skills as well as the crucial leadership assessment where we assess students delivering

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  • About the Forest School Training Company
    a group of children or young people over an extended period of time is too great to treat with anything other than the utmost seriousness and repect As such it is the learner who drives what we offer as Forest School Trainers The Forest School Training Company was originally set up by Gordon Woodall one of the pioneers of Forest School in the UK and Simon Shakespeare an established Forest School leader and experienced trainer and permaculture designer to respond to the growing demand for Forest School training throughout the UK In 2005 Gordon decided to dedicate himself full time to running his outdoor learning centre in Somerset and so FSTC was taken over by Simon and his wife Marijke Since then they have strived to deliver an increasingly contemporary and relevant training package but more importantly continue to inspire future Forest School leaders with the original ethos of true child centred learning in the outdoors d Over the course of the past few years we have successfully trained in the region of 1300 Forest School students see testimonials below many of whom have gone on to set up and deliver innovative Forest School projects either independently or within their

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  • The Forest School Training Company clients
    pupils I was confident going into the FS programme having completed the Staff Handbook planned my sessions and risk assessed the site and activities With that behind me I was left free to ensure each session was safe and that the activities were meeting pupil needs I have time to be flexible as I was not making it up as I went along S R teacher Scotland The training was well managed and instilled confidence to participate in all activities The training has inspired me to implement Forest School within my setting A P teacher Devon Will be invaluable to help me lead the children outside in some really exciting ways It s been hugely enlightening T P teacher Norfolk Thanks A lot of work but the most interesting informative useful CPD I have done Well worth the effort Many thanks again F N Early Years and Childcare practitioner Worcs Thank you also for the high quality training and support you have provided during this course I will be happy to recommend your company to other colleagues in the National Trust R C ranger Norfolk Unlike other training I had been on this didn t fade away the experiential learning and the stress free environment in which the learning took place made this a memorable and lasting experience The way the course is planned took me through the planning and delivery step by step and I gradually built up the knowledge needed Learning understanding and putting together the handbook made me overcome my low self confidence and self doubt in this area I have learned how to put together a Forest School programme and so I am now able to put forward Forest School in an organised safe and acceptable way This gave me the confidence to approach the School

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  • Frequently Asked Questions on Forest School
    We recommend the 2 day ITC First Aid for Outdoors which is particularly relevant to Forest School At a minimum you will need to have a Paediatric First Aid certificate as this enables you to do First Aid on children The First Aid at Work certificate is not suitable for Forest School as it does not include doing First Aid on children Click on this text to edit it Course Books Q Are there any books which would be interesting to read A The following books are just a few which are well worth reading How Children Learn from Montessori to Vygotsky by Linda Pound Last Child in the Woods by Richard Louv Toxic Childhood by Sue Palmer Sharing Nature with Children by Joseph Cornell What Every Parent Needs to Know by Dr Margot Sunderland Coursework Q How will my coursework be marked A Unlike GCSE s or A Levels where students are awarded a grade for their work with OCN Open College Network students have to complete all 100 of the work to the required standard for the level of training they are doing Only when the work is 100 complete will the student s work be put forward to the moderator and then if successful for certification When a student sends in their coursework we mark it and note any questions which are not answered to the right depth or have parts missing We then email the student with the list of additional work we require Students can then send in this additional work which again will be marked to see if it is enough and to the right level Students can be asked several times to put in additional work and only when we are satisfied that all the work is up to the required standard and

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  • contact us
    testimonials FAQs contact us links sitemap Log cabins shelters Contact Us If you have any queries or questions regarding Forest School Training please complete the form below and we will get back to you as soon as we can Please leave blank Title Mr Miss Mrs Ms Dr Other Name E mail Message Submit this text to edit it Forest School Training Main contact is Louise Ambrose contactable via her

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  • links
    with Bishops Wood Centre Worcestershire Adventure First Aid Norfolk Forest School Ambios Open College Network OCN South West Region Institute for Outdoor Learning IoL Other Forest School Links The Forestry Commission Forest Education Initiative Health Safety Executive HSE Books Dept for Education Small Woods Association Nature Detectives Woodland Trust BTCV Tim Gill Rethinking Childhood Play England Play Scotland Play Wales Times Educational Supplement Countryside Recreation Network Teachernet John Muir Award

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  • sitemap
    training in England Scotland Wales Tel 07787 930030 home team ethos news about us clients testimonials FAQs contact us links sitemap Log cabins shelters Sitemap Home Online Shop Students Tutors ethos team news about us clients testimonials FAQs contact us links sitemap Forest School the benefits learning process reasearch Training about the training levels of training modular format standard format FS training dates booking f irst aid FS Scotland CPD

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  • Log cabins & shelters
    Simon has been applying those techniques to create durable and aesthetically pleasing outdoor shelters to support school outdoor learning strategies These hand built structures can be designed as open fronted shelters with or without a raised floor or as fully enclosed cabins The buildings are created in Devon then disassembled and transported to their final location where they are rebuilt in kit form you can just make out the tags

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