This year (2019-20) sees the introduction of pilot Bushcraft programmes to Tipton Green Junior to ascertain how such activities can benefit students. Bushcraft is a growing phenomenon across the globe with people of all ages finding interest and joy in the activities it inspires. As part of Tipton Greens growing extra curricular and outdoor education provision, we are exploring the potential of adding Bushcraft sessions and programmes to our curriculum to provide our children with new and exciting expierences which support their development.
"I feel more connected with bushcraft. I feel like I know more about nature."
"We became happy and forgot our problems."
"Bushcraft is using nature to thrive!"
"I learnt how to light a fire using different methods."
"It made me feel better and confident."
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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