Forest School in Practice: For All Ages

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Sara Knight

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    Dedication

    To the memory of my dear husband David, still beside me every day

    About the Author

    Sara Knight is a teacher and Forest School leader. She contributes to the development of Forest School in the UK, publishing academic papers and books on the subject, and is a keynote speaker at conferences worldwide. Since retiring as a university lecturer, she continues to play in the woods and write about it.

    Acknowledgement

    Grateful thanks to all my fellow members in the Forest School Association who have contributed, suggested and played with ideas for this book.

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