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Learning begins in the Forest....

Forest School pedagogy encourages an appreciation of nature, key to cultivate

a generation of curious forest keepers.


Our Forest School is a long-term learning process of regular sessions, nourishing healthy, confident, creative and resilient learners. 


Teaching our children in natural environments has the potential to desire for

healthy living and connectedness with the world around us.

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Education is not a privilege, it is a human right. There is a current crisis as children’s lack of engagement with nature has contributed to childhood issues, poor social and emotional skills, and behavioral problems of children.

Our Forest School offers benefits that All Can Access, offering SCHOLARSHIPS for children whi need support for a respectful and worthy education. 

Our methodology is a creative and innovative approach to solving inequalities which pays attention to the need for interventions to be fun, engaging, and embodied.

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Modern life are having effects on the health and well-being of many people.  Covid-19 led to an obsession with cleanliness and hygiene, it also presented the value of spending time outside.  The outdoors not only reduces our chances of contracting diseases, it also promotes good physical and mental wellbeing.

Bosque Escuela nurtures children from 4 to 10 years old to foster an appreciation and love of the natural world and encourage creative and conscious thinkers central to tackling climate change.  

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Wawa Bosque is an opportunity to increase the wellbeing of children, encouraging them to live, healthy active lifestyles and take enjoyment from the world around them. Since happiness and wellbeing produce an optimal environment for learning, these outcomes hence are integrated into a virtuous circle.  Wawa Bosque fosters children from 1 to 5 years old, developing an appreciation for nature, central to tackling climate change and producing a brighter, happier, and healthier future for them and their community.

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