Imayla announces Forest School training course for Young Women

Following a successful course aimed at young men in February, Imayla will be offering the same for young women aged 16-25 years who would like to learn more about Forest School, be out in the natural environment and develop their skills in being and working outdoors.

The four day programme will provide the opportunity to:

Achieve an OCN Forest School Level 1 Accreditation

Take part in activities such as fire making, jewellery making, woodworking, identifying plants and trees, cooking a feast on an open fire, pizza making, stargazing and learning games and activities to use in nature

Gain skills and experience beneficial for working with pre-school, primary aged children and young people

Meet new friends and build your networks

Explore Embercombe and the beautiful woodland, fields, gardens and lake

Help plan a Bristol based outdoor activity day for children and young people in August 2013

Discover Exmoor National Park and what it has to offer

Spend time chilling, chatting and having fun

This all takes place between May 25th – 28th, leaving Bristol 9am and arriving back at 6pm and costs £80pp (which includes all food, accommodation, travel, OCN accreditation and training). Limited bursaries are available.

For further info or to request a booking form please email claire@imayla.co.uk call the office on 0117 924 0735 or visit their website www.imayla.com

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