Modelling best practice in Forest School training


Mike Murphy and Renzo Spano of explain how Sussex Wildlife Trust's Forest School training can equip you to be a great Forest School leader

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Imagine your ideal day in the woods, and what would that be like? The sound of children busy tapping sticks and laughing, woodpeckers drumming; the smell of bluebells and wood smoke; the sight of friends dragging logs to the ditch to build a bridge; the sound of wellie boots squelching in the mud, and the taste of wild toast cooked over the campfire.


sussex2Who wouldn’t want to offer the opportunity to build memories like this for the children in their care? This is why people come to the Sussex Wildlife Trust to train as Forest School leaders and it is our job to help them make this happen...

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