Forest School and Encouraging Positive Behaviour

Outdoor Education Skills for Pupils with Additional or Complex Needs

This innovative approach to managing Forest School, with a focus on children with additional or complex needs, helps children to explore, increase their confidence, take measured risks, improve their self-esteem and become more resilient.

Offering a behavioural toolbox and techniques you can put in place immediately within your own practice, this hands-on guide supports positive behaviour with a full range of learners. The book provides you with the tips, suggestions and philosophy to utilise outdoor skills and activities that children can benefit from, regardless of many additional needs they may have.
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Press reviews for: Forest School and Encouraging Positive Behaviour

Chris Holland, author of I Love My World - the playful, hands-on Nature connection guide book and the Storytelling for Outdoor Learning year course

Warm and engaging in tone, this book is encouraging, thorough and practical, it inspires curiosity and brims with easily applied advice and activities that will add to a Forest School Leader's tool-box, inform the content and conduct of their everyday practice and help no end when dealing with students whose behavior is challenging.

Richard Louv, author of Our Wild Calling and Last Child in the Woods

In this terrific guidebook, David Rylance offers excellent advice to support learning, behavior, and well-being, combined with the power of nature to create an environment where all kids can thrive.

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