Would you like the opportunity to spend more time in nature?
Over six sessions, participants will discover the value of the environment and the benefit it can have for your health and wellbeing.
Activities may include:
- Listening to bird song
- Guided walks
- Wild cooking
- Natural crafts
- Grounding techniques
Our free wellbeing course aims to help you learn ways to benefit from engaging with nature.
The programme will:
- Look at techniques and activities that you can use to help your wellbeing going forward.
- Give you the opportunity to explore some of the lesser visited places on the nature reserve.
Who is this course for?
We are looking to help anyone who might be struggling with challenges in their lives right now to develop practical skills that they can use to support themselves day to day.
Courses run at various times of the year, please get in touch to find out more.
Email [email protected] or phone 01548 580466
Would you like your students to have the opportunity to spend more time in nature?
Our free wellbeing visits aim to help students learn ways to benefit from engaging with nature.
The visits will:
- Look at techniques and activities that students can use to help their wellbeing going forward
- Allow the students time to spend time in nature
- Give students the opportunity to explore some of the lesser visited places on the nature reserve
Visits are about 2 hours and could include activities such as:
· Sensory and observation
· Grounding techniques
· Natural crafts
· Bush crafts
· Woodland walks
· Shingle ridge walks
· Ecological monitoring
Example Activity Plan
Sensory and observation activity
Activites will include, breathing exercises, sense of place, colour study, a fist full of sounds, explore hidden parts of the nature reserve, close up observations and texture study and team games.
Visits can be tailored to suit students
Visits are aimed at students in the following categories,
· Pupil premium (PP)
· Free school meals (FSM)
· Educational health care plan (EHCP)
· Looked after child (LAC)
· Special educational needs (SEN)
· Social, emotional, and mental health needs (SEMH)
· Behavioural support plan (BSP)
· Child in need (CIN)
· Young carers and Managed move