Now I have the delight of working with so many different people in the amazing outdoors.

I qualified as a Level 3 Forest School Practitioner whilst studying for a postgraduate certificate in co-ordinating Special Educational Needs in Primary schools and being the headteacher of a small, village primary school.  Needless to say, I came to realise that the invaluable benefit of Forest School and reward of supporting young people and their families with additional needs was far more satisfying than being a headteacher.

After gaining experience in a special school with children with complex needs and working with permanently excluded children in a pupil referral unit I decided to be brave and set up my own business. 

Now I have the delight of working with so many different people in the amazing outdoors with Be Wild Forest School as well as being a SENCo in two schools and a mum to two beautiful children.  

Watch Lisa playing Hide and Seek with some little Wildlets

Lisa’s qualifications

  • MEd
  • BEd (Hons)
  • L3 Forest School Practitioner
  • Therapeutic Skills in Outdoor Leaders
  • GB Archery Instructor
  • Adult Mental Health First Aid

About Be Wild Forest School

Be Wild Forest School was established in May 2018 and has a site in the beautiful Staffordshire countryside at Amerton Farm, just outside Stafford. Since 2018 Be Wild has delivered sessions and activities to hundreds of nature lovers including families, school children, adults, residents of a care home, under and post graduate students and the general public.