Wild Learning 2014-2015 - Discover, Explore, Conserve and Share
The third Wild Learning project has now begun! You could call this 'Forest School' for grown-ups - regular sessions in the woods to build skills, learn about the woods, be immersed in nature, get time away from the hustle and bustle of daily life and share time with others. Each group becomes a learning community as we move through nature's seasons.
All learners can work towards the John Muir Award. Four Challenges are at the heart of each John Muir Award; discover - explore - conserve - share. The John Muir Award is an environmental award that encourages people of all backgrounds to connect, enjoy and care for wild places through a structured process.
It is not competitive and will challenge each participant. Taking part will develop an understanding of, and responsibility for, our wild place. For some this will offer an opportunity to explore values and spirituality. Each session we will do different activities that fit each heading.
This Award requires a minimum commitment of four days for the Discovery Level which is the first step. If you complete that, or have completed that already, the next step is the Explorer Award which requires a minimum commitment of eight days and more responsibility in the group.
to find out more text Jenny on 07541 080397 or email through our contact page