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Forest School for All
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Introduction: Setting the Scene - Sara Knight PART ONE: NURSERY AND PRIMARY SCHOOL-BASED FOREST SCHOOL Breaking through Concrete: The Emergence of Forest School in London - Katherine Milchem Forest School: A Whole-School Approach - Clare Lamb Developing Practice and Delivering a Forest School Programme for Children Identified as Gifted and Talented - Tracey Maciver Using Forest School to Make the Transition to High School - Alisdair Horning PART TWO: FOREST SCHOOL, SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL NEEDS Supporting Emotional and Social Development in Forest School with Adolescents - Clare Neenan with Sara Knight Forest School: An Alternative Curriculum - Ross Evans Learning from Working with Disaffected Year 10 Pupils - Rich Sylvester Maintaining the Forest School Ethos while Working with 14 to 19-Year-Old Boys - Jon Cree PART THREE: FOREST SCHOOL AND YOUNG PEOPLE WITH PARTICULAR NEEDS Removing Barriers: Getting Children with Physical Challenges into the Woods - Fiona Hopkins SEALs in the Woods! - Xavier Elonquin and Tina Hutchinson Forest School and Looked-after Children - Rebecca Wicks Autism, Art and Nature as Relational Aspects of Forest School - Kevin Burrows PART FOUR: USING FOREST SCHOOL STRATEGICALLY Addicts and Forest School - Mike Brady Forest School for Families - Lucy Partridge and Wendy Taylor Forest School Countywide: A Norfolk Perspective - Louise Ambrose Edinburgh's Forest School Partnership Project 'Building Local Capacity' - Jenny Watters Conclusion - Sara Knight

About the Author

Sara Knight is a teacher and Forest School leader. She contributes to the development Forest School in the UK, publishing academic papers and books on the subject, and is a keynote speaker at conferences worldwide. Since retiring as a University lecturer she continues to play in the woods and write about it. Sara Knight will be discussing key ideas from Forest School in Practice in the SAGE Early Years Masterclass, a free professional development experience hosted by Kathy Brodie. To sign up, or for more information, click here.

Reviews

'Despite the variety of contributors and their projects, the editor has achieved a consistence of tone and style in the writing, which is engaging and accessible'
-Valerie Huggins, Early Years

'[The editors] lead a mystery tour of learning in nature and nature in learning. I particularly delighted in the account of the practicalities of urban comprehensive pupils weaving together saplings along a trail as part of their 'Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning'. This book turns a dry Faculty of Public Health report green' -
Times Higher Education

'Yet again Sara has managed to capture the essence of Forest School. The varied case studies explore how the Forest School ethos applies across a wide range of clients, and demonstrate precisely why so many talented and enlightened practitioners are using Forest School with learners, especially those who don't fit in with the constraints of mainstream education' -
Susannah Podmore, FEI Coordinator, Forestry Commission England


"Knight offers a needed addition to scholarship on outdoor and hybrid environmental curriculum, with a keen modeling accommodation for diverse and special-needs learners. The book's strength is that it provides a methodology for implementation of outdoor experiential education curriculum and assessment in independent and charter schools." -- L.H. Taylor Jr. * CHOICE Magazine *

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