The process for establishing a Forest school in your setting  as supported by WildTree learning will include the following:

  • Identifying the Forest School site where the sessions will occur. This can be woodland within your environment or accessible woodland managed by an external partner. WildTree Learning can also support you during the contracting process with external partners. 

  • Carrying out an environmental impact assessment report on the land where Forest school activities will take place. The purpose for this is to establish the ecological affects of Forest school activities on the land identified. 

  • Once the Forest School site is agreed upon WildTree Learning can help you to prepare the site, depending on your needs. This can include outdoor seating, a fire pit and organising storage for other equipment. 

  • Creating a resource kit to use during Forest school sessions in your setting. These resource kits can be developed according to each setting depending on your needs.

  • Completing the appropriate risk assessments, policies and procedures to support the Forest school activities.

  • Once the Forest school site is ready we can work with your practitioners to develop medium term and weekly plans that support the holsitic development of your learners during the sessions to be delivered. 

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