Forest School Awards
The outreach programme for Learning Without Walls

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Seaview Primary School, Glenarm

Council area: Mid and East Antrim Borough Council
Forest School contact: Ashleigh Moran
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Volunteers wanted: We actively encourage parents to get involved in our Forest School programme.

Leaving Background: We received funding from Mid and East Antrim Borough Council in 2019 to start our forest school training and accreditation. We used the lovely Straidkilly Nature Reserve which is a short walk through the town.
t Seaview Primary School we want 'to inspire pupils to be the best that they can be': this is our Vision.

We are a Christian school with an all-encompassing ethos which warmly embraces pupils and staff from all backgrounds. We have an integrated outlook and welcome pupils from all sections of the community.

Our Board of Governors and staff promote the development of the whole child - spiritual, academic, social and physical.

We wish to share our vision with all those who form part of our school community now and in the future pupils, staff, parents, govenors, churches, businesses and everyone else connected with our school.

Building Forest School setting: We are developing our forest school site at Straidkilly Nature Reserve managed by Mid and East Antrim Borough Council. Straidkilly Nature Reserve is wonderful location with mature woodland and hedgerows everywhere.

Apply for a Forest School Award now!