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Forest School

The primary purpose of Forest Schools is to provide hands-on, experiential learning that encourages curiosity, creativity, and resilience in students. Through activities like building shelters, identifying wildlife, and engaging in outdoor games, children develop practical skills, problem-solving, and an appreciation for the natural world. Moreover, Forest Schools promote emotional well-being and mental health by offering a serene, non-judgmental space for self-discovery and personal growth. By nurturing a sense of environmental stewardship and instilling confidence in the outdoors, Forest Schools ultimately aim to cultivate a lifelong love for nature.