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Forest School Brandon marsh celebrates first successes as OCN Centre 

Date: Wednesday, January 13, 2010


Warwickshire Wildlife Trust's Forest School project celebrated the success of its first  Forest School Course, as an Open College Network Centre:  8 students from Warwickshire, Solihull and Coventry have recently passed their Forest School Assistant Qualification.

 

Jen Jones, Warwickshire Wildlife Trust Education Manager and OCN Centre Internal Verify said,

"This is a great achievement for us, This is the start of good things to come from our OCN Centre; this year we are rolling out further Forest School Level 3 and Level 2 courses.  It's a very exciting time for us and the Forest School Project"

 

The Forest School Project running at Warwickshire Wildlife Trust aims to engage with schools and early years settings to train local staff to become Forest School leaders and run their own Forest Schools.  By empowering local staff with this training, we are hoping to ensure long-term sustainability for Forest School projects across the West Midlands.

 

For more information on forest School training courses,

Contact Sue Ell Forest Schools Admin Tel; 024 7630 2912

Email enquires to sue.ell@wkwt.org.uk

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