Forest School Case Study: Carr Manor Primary School

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Forest School Case Study: Carr Manor Primary

“We’re going down to the woods today”

“We’re Going Down to the Woods Today” was a Forest School project developed in partnership with Carr Manor Primary School by Lily Horseman of Kindling.

Carr Manor was a Creative Partnerships Enquiry school during 2009/10 and this project came about as a result of their enquiry question.

Established in 2002, Creative Partnerships is the Government’s flagship creative learning programme, designed to develop the skills of young people across England, raising their aspirations and achievements and opening up more opportunities for their futures.

This Case Study is drawn from the project end form completed by Annie Berrington of Get Out More who was the Creative Agent overseeing the project.

What impact does a programme of exiting, meaningful outdoor experiences in local woods have on the outcomes of a group of nursery children, mainly boys, some of whom have English as an additional language?

Download Carr Manor Primary Forest School Case Study [pdf]

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