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The Bradford College Group is holding a partnerships event on 31st March for Schools and Academies
Provide you with key information about the Apprenticeship reforms and the new employer levy
Enable you to find out more about the new Apprenticeship standards
Introduce you to the history and philosophy of Forest Schools and our ‘Classroom without Walls’ project
Help with your next steps and arrange follow-up support
Include an open forum for delegate questions, networking and discussions
9am Registration & Breakfast
9.30am – 10.30am Information about the new Apprenticeship Reforms & Levy
10.45am – 11.30am Forest Schools Workshop & an introduction to the ‘Classroom without Walls’
Forest Schools – Workshop led by Helen Rook:
An introduction on the history and philosophy of Forest Schools, alongside discussions about why we consider this approach to be essential for future educational systems. We will be looking at the benefits of Forest Schools for the whole child and how they can be implemented across Primary education, alongside an introduction to the ‘Classroom without Walls’ project at Bradford College.
Helen Rook has been involved in the delivery of education for over twenty years and specialises in working with students with additional needs. Helen runs sessions with people of all ages and abilities in the outdoors, from Early Years, through Primary and Secondary to Further Education, from pre-entry to Masters Level. Helen is a qualified teacher, a Forest School Practitioner and Basic Expedition Leader, with a background in design crafts and a BSc majoring in Psychology.
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Bradford College’s Mission: To help students from the region, nationally and internationally, achieve their potential and make a rewarding contribution to their own communities
Bradford College has been delivering quality education and training for over 180 years. Each year we deliver hundreds of courses to over 23,000 learners, from across the globe. The College is the fourth largest in the country and the largest provider of higher education outside of the university sector in England.