Forest Schools for All is a bold new education project for Sylva Foundation, in partnership with the Forest School Association, and The Ernest Cook Trust, which is also the main funder of the project. The three leading environmental education organisations have come together with the ultimate aim of increasing and sustaining access to Forest Schools for all children in the UK.
For the next two years we will develop and test new approaches across three English countries – Buckinghamshire, Gloucestershire, and Oxfordshire – with a view to rolling these out at national scale across the UK with more partners, support, and funding.
Celebrating the announcement of Forest Schools for All during a Forest School session at the Sylva Wood Centre: Simon Gould (Director of Learning, Ernest Cook Trust), Jen Hurst (Education Manager, Sylva Foundation) and Sarah Lawfull (Director, Forest School Association).
For further information visit: https://sylva.org.uk/forestschools