Newshuathe's first conference in Guangxi Region, China!!
We are flying out to share the Forest School ethos with kindergarten teachers from Southern China - follow our progress on facebook!
Come and train as a Forest School Leader
We already have applications for our Forest School Leadership Programme training in 2017 hosted by Suffolk Wildlife Trust. Beginning in March (23,24,25,26) and running through the year (April 28, 29, 30 and October 14,15) this course gives you all you need to be a Forest School leader and supports you through your work book and pilot too. Contact Elizabeth (07964569149) for more details.
There is still space on our next Ireland Forest School leadership course: 2 - 7 July 2016 and 25,26 Feb 2017 at Kilcolgan Educate Together, Clarinbridge, Co Galway
To book your place now on any of the above courses
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New for huathe: FireChoir!
a new outdoor singing group for Colchester
go to firechoir.org.uk or see our link here for more details
When people experience nature - spending time outside and learning some simple outdoor skills - it increases their self confidence, builds a stronger sense of who they are and develops important life skills such as co-operation, problem solving and creative thinking.
In 21st century many children and young people are more at home in a virtual world than in the one around them. They may spend some leisure time outside yet still lack the freedom to explore and discover the world around them. This freedom to explore and take risks increases self esteem and self reliance.
The hectic pace of adults’ lives too, can mean they forget to step outside and experience the simple pleasures of a walk in the rain or a night round a campfire.
At huathe we redress that balance.
By offering a variety of experiences in the outdoors - from Family Forest Days to Forest School Leadership and from targeted Forest Schools to courses and special events- we engage a wide variety of people, to re-connect them to nature, and infuse them with our passion for the world around us.
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