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Forest School

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Forest Schools allow children the freedom to play, explore, learn and develop within natural surroundings, they help to bring the local woodland to life and nurture a respect for nature and the seasons.

Adventure Training North East offer Forest School training courses for adults at levels 1, 2 & 3.

Adventure Training North East offer practical sessions for groups of children from early years to Key stage 5. Our Forest school sessions can be based at your school or at a local site.

Forest School training courses

There are no pre-requisites for any of these courses, other than experience of working with children and a love of the outdoors.

The minimum age for access to the Level 3 Certificate: 19 years
The minimum age for Forest School Leaders is 21. This is a Forest School Association and Department for Education requirement.

We use a range of venues across the North East and Newcastle including; Seaton Burn in Northumberland, Brockwell Woods in Gateshead and The Rising Sun Country Park in North Tyneside.

"Forest School is an inspirational process that offers all ages regular opportunities to achieve and develop confidence through hands-on learning in a woodland environment." (Forest Education Initiative 1992)

Based on the Scandinavian Forest Schools Educational philosophy 'free life air'.

Click to open our FSA Certificate.

Contact Us

Contact Caroline Chamberlain:
Tel: 07722 16 30 82
E-mail: caroline@atne.co.uk
or use our contact form.

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Just wanted to say a big 'THANK YOU' on behalf of the children for the fantastic fun filled two days that we spent with you. The children can't stop talking about their experience and it has been a great start to this terms topic 'Natural Disasters'. We look forward to working with you again.

C.R. KS2 Survival Days - Primary School Teacher

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