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Light the sparks of learning and independence in Forest School activities using fire. Sarah Blackwell explains how to do it safely, and Forest Schools Birmingham and Midlands describe their experiences in an online-only case study

School and nursery children took the principles of Forest School to the water, with an added environmental message, in ecological sustainability activities beside the seaside.

Observation, assessment and planning are the foundation of any forest school programme, as Sarah Blackwell outlines an example of one.

Nursery children have been doing their bit for bees after learning about the ecological crisis that threatens them. Annette Rawstrone reports.

Never mind if the plant is a weed, it's wild, free, cookable and edible, as children and their families found out with Viv Hampshire.

You don't need to know anything about birds to enjoy watching them.

Children learned from a TV gardener about a vital stage in plant life and an environmentally useful practice when growing their own food. Annette Rawstrone hears all about it.

What you'll find at the Royal Horticultural Society website

Planning your Forest Schools programme for the short and long term requires thinking exemplified in these cases from Sarah Blackwell.

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