Louise Hack

Louise Hack

Louise Hack is a qualified teacher, Forest School Practitioner and Early Years Professional with over 20 years of experience.

Over the last 20 years she has worked in various primary and infant schools in East and West Sussex taking on many different roles including Early Years lead, Specialist Early Years and Literacy leader across the county, Deputy Head and Head of School.

Louise has also been a visiting lecturer with the University of Reading and was an Early Years literacy consultant in Windsor and Maidenhead where she worked alongside many schools leading on a range of projects including finding ways to support practitioners with developing their outside areas and access to forest learning.

In the last year Louise has become self employed and begun a new venture “Whoosh Learning.” Exploration, play and engaging the whole body through different sensory experiences underpin the work Louise now promotes through Whoosh! She works closely with families to promote creative, imaginative and active experiences for parents and their children to explore and learn together both in the indoor and outdoor environments.

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