Emma Callar, has a passion for working with children and young people in an outdoor setting. ‘All my earliest memories are of having the freedom to explore the wood and fields where I lived. I want children I work with to have the opportunity to play and have adventures, developing their connection with nature, as I did.’
Emma has a wealth of experience as a practitioner in outdoor adventurous activities. Working with a local Brighton charity for over 20 years, she has worked with all sorts of children and young people. Emma has specialised in supporting those who have diverse additional needs and challenging behaviour and/or those experiencing poverty or other disadvantages.
Some of the activities include kayaking, archery, bush craft and woodland games. She is motivated seeing young people gain confidence, taking informed risks and having fun learning in outdoor environment.
Soon to be qualified as a Level 3 practitioner in Forest Schools, Emma can't wait to start facilitating sessions with new groups of young people!
Forest School Training 2019 - bookings open for September! Early booking advisable https://t.co/iwUoljFNRd #ForestSchool #ForestSchoolTraining #ForestSchoolLevel3 #OutdoorLearning pic.twitter.com/WBdiulpJla— Circle of Life CIC (@outdoorteacher) March 5, 2019