Great attitudes

The process rather than the end product is important at Forest School. I guess this is true of things in school too. The way we do things and how we learn especially if things are tricky is really important. It is these things that I notice in the woods. I was super proud this morning of our little group. They managed themselves really well with a very frustrating activity.

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Gilly

Forest School Practitioner

I started work as an SEND teacher and I... scratch that...As one of the children once told me "You're just Gilly who plays out with us and helps us to be safe." I'm sometimes a pirate, sometimes a Viking, sometimes the crazy story teller but I always aim to make it fun. I'm just Gilly and Forest School is my jam!