FOREST @ The NEST
We believe passionately about giving children the freedom to express themselves and enjoy their PE lessons whilst learning at the same time. It is a long-term program that supports play, exploration and supported risk taking. It develops confidence and self-esteem through learner inspired, hands-on experiences in a natural setting
At FOREST @ The NEST , We design all our programme based on SDG's 17 framwork. Through unique partnerships and collaboration with experts in science, geography and exploration, we deliver on our partners’ and clients' visions by creating fresh and robust education programmes to engage and inspire young people..
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We are nature-based communities where trained practitioners nurture learner-led exploration and discovery, nurturing meaningful experiences for positive lifelong impacts.read more
Forest school is an approach to learning that takes children into the great outdoors whatever the weather to explore the natural environment. Forest school is a long-term, nature-based outdoor learning program that focuses on holistic development and growth in children. The child builds problem-solving skills, independence, and resilience as they try things out.
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to be regular and over a long enough period of time – not just a few one-off workshops
emphasis on learning through play, where children have the freedom to try things out .
Holistic means ‘whole’ – and Forest School is about practitioners enabling the development of the whole person
Sessions are intended to take place in a natural environment, ideally with trees, enabling use and interaction with natural materials in activities
Facilitating the complex learning opportunities of Forest School and providing supported risk in the outdoor environment to a group of children is a difficult thing to do
Learning is intended to be a co-operative process between the practitioner and the participants through a system of observation, reflection and communication
Students generate more self-confidence; they express themselves physically and verbally with greater freedom.
Students increase their social and cooperation skills.
Children develop more sophisticated language skills thanks to their sensory experiences.
Students show greater motivation and concentration while playing and learning.
Children improve their motor skills.
Students learn to respect the environment while they study flora and fauna.
Teachers acquire a new perspective of their students in environments other than classrooms.
Students get used to interacting with natural environments.