Wild Wood Activities Programme 2012

7 12 2011

Wild Wood Activities 2012 programme – Click link for full programme

Forest School Taster Days 2012     

A practical day aimed at anyone wanting to find out about Forest Schools and experience some of the activities including sitting around a campfire you have made, eating nettle soup and woodland bread. Please bring extra food to share and also a flask/ drink. Time 10am-2.30pm 

22nd February 25th April 27th June 10th October
 Sheffield Elvaston, Derby Dronfield, Derbyshire Ecclesall woods,

Sheffield

 Level 2 Forest School Assistant Award (accredited by NCFE)

This Award is designed for those who would like to qualify as a

Forest School assistant and assist a qualified Level 3 Forest School practitioner. It is designed to develop your skills, competence and confidence in delivering outdoor learning and, as such, we require that you not only assist a qualified Forest School practitioner for 3 sessions, but that you also plan and deliver 3 outdoor learning sessions in your setting grounds to complete the award. 

FSL209 Dronfield 

Training 7th-9th March 2012 Start your journey!
assessment 24th April Test your skills
Portfolio deadline 24th September Finished!

 FSL210 Elvaston, Derby 

Training 17th-19th October 2012 Start your journey!
Assessment 15th November 15th November Test your skills
Portfolio deadline 15th April 2013 Finished!

 To book a place, or for more information, you can go to the Wild Wood Activities website www.wildwoodactivities.co.uk, or email info@widlwoodactvities.co.uk or contact Lauren on 07735 389804. We look forward to hearing from you!

 

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