A full day of CPD training with Huathe, Forest School Association endorsed trainers.
There will be two separate workshops - 10am - 1230am Nature Connection
and 130pm - 400pm Forest School Skills
£30 per session or £50 for both sessions per person, payable by the 8th April 2019.
Spaces are limited to a maximum of 15 participants and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Your booking is not secure until your payment has been received.
Refreshments provided for both sessions. Please bring your own lunch if you are staying for both sessions.
An invoice will be raised on receipt of your booking form with payment details.
If you need to contact me at any time, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org
The course will be delivered within the Forest School Site at West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village. You will need change for the car park (£2 per day), unless you are an annual heritage ticket holder for West Stow. The reception at West Stow will have a list of names of participants, so please check in upon arrival. The reception does not open until 10am so you will not be able to gain entry before then.
There is access to a toilet immediately next to the site (accessible), and there are further toilets next to the car park and in the cafe. The cafe is immediately next to the visitor's centre if you would like to purchase your lunch, otherwise you may bring a packed lunch with you. Food and drink must only be eaten within the Forest School site or outside of the Anglo-Saxon Village.
The course will be delivered outdoors, but there will be access to shelter if the weather is particularly bad. If the weather is bad enough for the park to close, the course will be rearranged for an alternative date.
This course is available for anyone to attend, not just Forest School Practitioners.
For more information about Nature Explorers, please visit www.natureexplorers.org.uk
For more information about West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village and Country Park, please visit www.weststow.org
For more information about Huathe, please visit www.huathe.org