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Unit title:

Forest School Programme: Learning and Development



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Unit aim:

Learners will gain knowledge and understanding of the Forest School pedagogy and approach to Learning and Development

This unit has 5 learning outcomes.

Learning Outcomes

Assessment Criteria

The learner will:

The learner can:

  1. Understand the Forest School

Principles and holistic approach to

learning and development in relation

to an ‘Introduction to Forest

School Programme’.

    1. Summarise how the Forest School principles apply to own programme.

    2. Give examples of ways in which Forest

School encourages physical development

and well-being.

1.3. Give examples of ways in which Forest

School encourages social and emotional

development and well-being including:

  • Self-esteem

  • Confidence

  • Emotional Intelligence

  • Resilience

  • Spiritual Development.

    1. Give examples of ways in which Forest

School encourages intellectual

development including:

  • Creativity

  • Independent learning.

  1. Understand the value of the play process at Forest School.

    1. Summarise the key characteristics of play and its role at Forest School.

    2. Explain, giving examples, how play and choice are integrated into own ‘Introduction to Forest School Programme’.

  1. Understand relevant theories of learning and development and their application to Forest School.

    1. Summarise recognised theories of learning and development relating to own ‘Introduction to Forest School Programme’.

  1. Understand the impact of behaviour

on learning and development at

Forest School.

    1. Summarise some of the key influences that affect the behaviour of all participants at Forest School.

    2. Explain how any participant’s total behaviour can impact on their learning and development and that of others at Forest School.

    3. Describe how meeting the needs of all participants develops a community of learning; giving examples from own experience of Forest School.

  1. Know how to reflect on own Forest School training.

    1. Summarise own personal development and learning journey through the Forest School training process.

    2. Explain how own experience of Forest School training may inform own wider practice and professional development.

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