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Bushcraft is about the acquisition of the ancient skills and knowledge that enabled our ancestors to survive and thrive in the natural environment. Bushcraft skills include; fire craft, tracking, shelter building, the use of tools, foraging, hand-carving wood, container construction from natural materials, rope and twine-making, and many others. Each session is different, depending upon the environment, what we find and what interests those taking part.

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Our introductory bushcraft allows younger groups who may have already experienced 'Forest Schools' to continue to develop and explore more challenging environments.

Bushcraft introduces students to basic skills which allow them to identify, look after, and use natural materials available in local habitat. Students build their confidence and gain a greater appreciation and understanding of the outdoor environment.

We also organise training events for school staff, to enable you to enrich your forest school sessions and share best practice. We can also offer courses to develop your personal skills.

children outside children making a fire Child by a tree