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We at Fore/adventure believe in the amazing power of taking children out of the classroom and into the GREAT OUTDOORS! In line with curriculum targets, children can develop their personal, social and educational learning outside within safe and stimulating environments. From foraging to fishing, bush craft to beach school, wild food exploration, kayaking and snorkelling, we have it all here ready for you from our unique location in Studland. Working with KS1 and KS2 to build foundational social and learning skills in line with educational targets, Fore/adventure offer activities that are unique in both experience and attainment. All of the below activities are suitably applicable to meet the targets set within your physical education, science, english, art and design and geography subjects and can also be adapted to fulfil further subjects requirements. In addition the guaranteed acquired skills from all of our activities make our courses well suited to team building and transition work between key stages, year groups and schools as well as to inclusive groups and those with SEN.
BUSHCRAFT & FOREST SCHOOL We focus on the core elements of bushcraft to give you the skills needed to enhance your outdoor experience. We cover: shelter building, fire, water purification, plant and tree identification, tracks and signs, tool use, carving, camp crafts, cooking & accredited NCFE courses. BEACH SCHOOL Beach school explores in depth our unique coastal environment, investigating the life that is in and around the water and how to positively engage with it. We cover: water safety, inter-tidal zones, marine ecosystems, rockpooling, sea vegetable and seaweed exploration and beach craft.
FISHING Exploring the coastline while fishing using handlines we would cover: health and fitness, water safety, coastal formation, marine life and eco systems; developing fine motor skills, patience and concentration. FORAGING Whether from the water or on dry land, foraging enables us to investigate the biodiversity in our local and varied habitat. We cover: plant life cycles, changing seasons, sensitive interactions with nature, invasive and poisonous species, identification and preparation techniques and bushcraft skills.
KAYAKING From our base in Studland we investigate the bay and Old Harry Rocks alongside dramatic sea stacks, caves and arches, covering: health and fitness, water safety, geography, geology, marine and plant life and accredited BCU courses. SNORKELLING Snorkelling will allow you to sensitively get up close with wildlife and sea life. We cover: marine, plant and birdlife, water skills and safety, ecosystems, geography, geology, the history of our natural environment and accredited BSAC courses.
SKILLS All of our activities will engage with the natural environment we are working within, encouraging young people to be observant and to recognise and understand the formation of geographical and environmental characteristics of the place they are in as well as the life that exists within it. Through all of our activities, whether delivered to KS1, KS2, through the national curriculum or alternative education courses there are guaranteed skills that we can assure will be fostered and utilised during an experience with us. These are inherent because of the nature of our activities as well as the methods we use when working with young people. These include: risk assessing, team, confidence and self-esteem building, interpersonal skills, cooperation, problem solving, empathy, motor skills, personal development target setting, emotional literacy, group management, leadership, fine motor skills, responsibility, dexterity and first aid skills. We will always ensure a period of reflection during your experience with us as we know the importance of this for ensuring the knowledge, skills and experience gained while with us is absorbed as well as for providing evidence that the required educational targets of the activity are being met. Alongside this we can provide certificates of achievement to your pupils in line with the intended outcomes for your experience with Fore/adventure.
SAFETY Safety is our number one priority and we can guarantee that all our instructors are trained to industry standard best practice and hold National Governing body qualifications where applicable, to operate in line with our BCU paddlesport accredited provider status and AALA licence for coasteering and kayaking. Fore/adventure has expert BSAC snorkelling instructors, coasteering guides and BCU sea kayak instructors as part of their team and are here to guide you in the activities you take part in whatever the level of experience of you or your group. With level 3 Forest school & beach school practitioners and level 3 NCFE advanced bushcraft leaders you are in the safest hands to learn and develop skills. As a WISE wildlife safe accredited operator you can also be rest assured that we work responsibly, without disturbing the wildlife and sealife. We can offer: > Half day or full day sessions > 6 week courses > Residentials > Accredited courses > 1:1 work > Group work > Inclusive/SEN work > Accredited courses
www.foreadventure.co.uk I email@example.com I 01929 450430 - 07933 507165 The Hutquarters, Middle Beach, Studland, Dorset, BH19 3AP