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  • Forest School is an independent school on the edge of Epping Forest, in Walthamstow in North East London, in the UK. The School occupies a large campus based around the original Georgian and Victorian buildings.
  • Forest School or Forrest School may refer to: * Forest School (Horsham), an all-boys' secondary school in Horsham, West Sussex. * Forest School (Walthamstow), a private school in north-east London. * Forest School (Winnersh), an all-boys' comprehensive school in Winnersh, Berkshire.
  • Forest schools are a type of outdoor education in which school children visit forests, learning personal, social and technical skills.
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The Magic School Bus - In the Rainforest [VHS]
The Magic School Bus - In the Rainforest [VHS]
The irresistible pull of chocolate is the catch for this lesson from the dandy kids series The Magic School Bus. The kids give a cocoa tree to their intrepid teacher Ms. Frizzle (voiced by Lily Tomlin) for an Earth Day present. When the tree yields only one bean, it's off to the rain forest to discover why. The life of a cocoa plant, including how pods, mud puddles, and bugs play a part in its development should have the little ones curious (and a bit shocked) about how the basic ingredient in chocolate comes to be. All this plus side trips to visit iguanas and other animals of the rain forest. (Ages 6 to 12) --Doug Thomas

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forest school week one
forest school week one
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Forest school Fire Circle
Forest school Fire Circle
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Understanding the Forest School Approach (Understanding the... Approach)
Understanding the Danish Forest School Approach is a much needed source of information for those wishing to extend and consolidate their understanding of the Forest School Approach in Denmark and how it is used in the teaching and learning of young children. It will enable the reader to analyse the essential elements of this Approach to early childhood and its relationship to quality early years practice.
Exploring all areas of the curriculum including the social and political background to using nature pedagogy, the organisation of early years settings, the learning environment and risk management, this book:
describes the key principles of the Forest School approach to early childhood supported with examples and case studies;
provides students and practitioners with the relevant information about a key pedagogical influence on high quality early years practice in the United Kingdom;
highlights the key ideas that practitioners should consider when reviewing and reflecting on their own practice;
can be used as the basis for continuing professional development
Written to support the work of all those in the field of early years education and childcare, this is a vital text for students, early years and childcare practitioners, teachers, early years professionals, children’s centre professionals, lecturers, advisory teachers, head teachers and setting managers.

Understanding the Danish Forest School Approach is a much needed source of information for those wishing to extend and consolidate their understanding of the Forest School Approach in Denmark and how it is used in the teaching and learning of young children. It will enable the reader to analyse the essential elements of this Approach to early childhood and its relationship to quality early years practice.
Exploring all areas of the curriculum including the social and political background to using nature pedagogy, the organisation of early years settings, the learning environment and risk management, this book:
describes the key principles of the Forest School approach to early childhood supported with examples and case studies;
provides students and practitioners with the relevant information about a key pedagogical influence on high quality early years practice in the United Kingdom;
highlights the key ideas that practitioners should consider when reviewing and reflecting on their own practice;
can be used as the basis for continuing professional development
Written to support the work of all those in the field of early years education and childcare, this is a vital text for students, early years and childcare practitioners, teachers, early years professionals, children’s centre professionals, lecturers, advisory teachers, head teachers and setting managers.