Here's what Montreal Families has to say about Hudson Forest School:
On the first day at this new preschool in Hudson, there were no pencils or papers in sight nor building blocks or board games. Instead, a heavy green tarp attached to the branches of several trees created a canopy for a classroom of sorts, which provided an outdoor base camp from which little ones would learn.
When talking about forest school the question inevitably arises: What about curriculum? How will the children learn? What's your method? What kinds of activities do you plan? What is your schedule? While well meaning, these questions usually reflect an adult's perception of learning. Hudson Forest School's education model is child-centred and place-based. Here is what that means in greater detail.Read more
The first time I heard about forest schools was 2006, I was fascinated
I was a Master's Student in UBC's School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture. More specifically I was studying how the landscape itself could provide children's developmental needs.Read more