Through our Transformative learning in nature (TLiN) program participants will become more confident spending time outdoors in nature, start to spend more time outdoors, use the time in nature in a positive way to help cope with stress and find better ways to cope with challenging situations in their lives all while learning about the importance of living sustainably and developing new skills.
Participants take part in a range of activities such as:
- Den building
- Woodland games
- Conservation activities
- Fire Building
- Animal and plant identification
- Team building activities
TLiN sessions are developed on a bespoke basis, considering the needs and outcomes of each individual group that we work with. Because of this TLiN is suitable for a diverse range of client groups. Previous groups have included;
- Primary school groups.
- Guides/Scout groups.
- Young Carers.
- Individuals with special educational needs.
- Children with emotional and behavioural issues.
- Adults suffering with Alzheimers.
- Adults with mental health issues.
- Young homeless adults.
- Veterans and military families.
There are various funding streams available for taking part in our TLiN program and if you feel you have a group that would benefit from the activities then please contact Elle Mount-Kingett on 07779 138 448 to discuss your needs.