Outdoor learning in our Forest School

The Forest School approach to learning in the outdoors is rooted firmly in the key progressive education theorists of the past one hundred and fifty years – from Froebel to Steiner, Vygotsky to Montessori, Dewey to Gardner – all of them put the child at the centre of their own learning; all talk of the importance of children being allowed to explore the world, in woodlands or wild spaces with appropriate support.

Our setting promotes environmental awareness as well as respect and responsibility for the world around us as we explore the woodland areas, natural habitats and open spaces within the boundaries of the campus.

Level 3 Forest School Award

Outdoor learning in our Forest School

The Forest School approach to learning in the outdoors is rooted firmly in the key progressive education theorists of the past one hundred and fifty years – from Froebel to Steiner, Vygotsky to Montessori, Dewey to Gardner – all of them put the child at the centre of their own learning; all talk of the importance of children being allowed to explore the world, in woodlands or wild spaces with appropriate support.

Our setting promotes environmental awareness as well as respect and responsibility for the world around us as we explore the woodland areas, natural habitats and open spaces within the boundaries of the campus.

Level 3 Forest School Award

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