Forest School Awards
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Seaview Primary School, Belfast Working towards qualification

Council area: Belfast City Council
Forest School contact: Rory Ferguson
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Volunteers wanted: We actively encourage parents to engage in our Forest School programme.

seaview Background: Our Forest School journey began in 2019 with funding from the Drumlin Wind Co-Operative. We are fortunate to be within a short walk to the Grove Playing Fields managed by Belfast City Council. We undertook all our forest school activities at the Grove Playing Fields.
Seaview Primary School and Nursery Unit enjoys a fine reputation as a forward looking and proactive provider of quality teaching and learning in North Belfast.
Our school is a warm, friendly community school, where your child can be safe and happy. At Seaview Primary School and Nursery Unit attention is paid to educational skills, whilst also striving to develop the child as a whole to become confident and independent members of an ever changing and challenging society. We are both a Rights Respecting School and Eco School encouraging children to respect others and look after the environment.
Our children acquire a wide range of skills and knowledge throughout their time in school and it is our belief that all children, given support and encouragement, can achieve their potential.
We believe that every child deserves the opportunity to discover their own strengths and talents in order to prepare for the future. As a school team, we constantly strive to achieve the very best for you and your child - to create successful and happy children.

Teamwork Forest School setting: We are developing our Forest School site at the Grove Playing Fields. There is a wide variety of habitat types to be had here - mature hedgerows, woodland, open spaces and meadow.

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