Why did you choose this training?
“I don’t feel I’ve got the skills in outdoor education, I was drawn to watching other people do their sessions and I love seeing young people get really engaged with being outdoors. Listening to people who have done Marina’s courses before I found that there is a lot more depth to it, it’s more multi-layered than some of the more basic bushcraft courses.”
“I met someone who knew about this training and they said to me “If you want to do one, that’s the one to do!” – and he was right!”
“It gives you a fuller more holistic approach rather than just telling you how to do the do, it gives you more of an ethos behind what is important in Forest School and Nature Awareness.”
GREETINGS!! Are you excited? I certainly am! I have got so much to talk about in terms of what I have been doing with Circle of Life Rediscovery recently! So, hold on to your hats and away we go…
So, as mentioned in my March blog I was taking part in a woodland day with Circle of Life Rediscovery which was in partnership with CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services). We do various woodland days together, which is all very exciting.
When CAMHS and CLR take on the adventure of spending the day in the woodland we are usually based in the woods at Bentley Wildfowl & Motor Museum, which is a stunning woodland and one of my favourites. This time was a little different, CLR decided to take us somewhere new, open our young minds to new places and new experiences… I was a little apprehensive but all the more welcoming to this new endeavour.