In these times of change and pressure, are you
looking for inspiring ways of working with children and young
people in the outdoors?
Are you looking for motivation and inspiration?
Bishops Wood has been running courses of 'repute' for
educators since 1998 based on our own extensive work with schools
and local communities. In these times of change, with budget
cuts and changes in the way we live with the natural world and
local communities, our courses still provide real inspiration on
how to work and live creatively both in formal and informal
Our site continues to develop - our new ground source heated
training room; 'dragon' cob oven in the revamped Danish
Garden; developing young peoples 'growing' area and numerous
types of Forest School sites provide a place full of ideas for
people to take away that are both environmentally and economically
- Are run by trainers who are experts in their own fields
- Look at teaching and learning in a practical and holistic
- Support schools and other education establishments in
delivering their curriculum, in particular PSHE, Citizenship, Well
Being and social / emotional literacy
- Will help support teaching and learning in the core subjects of
literacy and numeracy
- concentrate on how education and community development practice
can help practitioners involve communities in sustainable
- Will help you gain skills, knowledge and understanding that can
be applied to your work, and often your home life!
- Will introduce the latest thoughts and practice in the
subject(s) within in each course
- Support NVQ's and professional development (CPD) in the field
of environmental training. The courses will also support CPD in the
workplace of environmental workers
- Are fun, relaxing and informative!
- Lunch and refreshments included
We can forward you information about local bed and breakfast
accommodation if required.
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This page was last reviewed 15 March 2013 at 15:28.
The page is next due for review 11 September 2014.