Coral has taught extensively as a primary teacher and senior leader both in the mainstream and special sector. Coral is an experienced and inspiring trainer, writer, speaker and coach.
The basis of her PhD and the driving passion of her career has been a combination of children, education, animals and nature. Coral has a particular interest and expertise in understanding children with Social, Emotional and Mental Health challenges (SEMH) and supporting these children and young people to develop resilience, social acceptance and success as learners.
Hi, I’m Holly, commonly known by those who love me as the deaf daft dog. I am a mix of Parson’s Jack Russell and Dalmation which is what makes me adorably cute.
I am both gentle and excitable, intuitive and oblivious, entertaining and often asleep.
As a Pets as Therapy dog, I travel with Coral most places, helping out with children and adults alike. I would be happy to come and visit you and show you just how much animals like me can do for you.
Oh...and I love mud, gravy bones and constant stroking!
Neil is a trained craftsman He is the founder director of
Neil supports the practical aspect of our outdoor learning work including building beautiful and practical structures to support engagement with the outdoors, chicken palaces and other animal habitats, and both supporting and teaching children Green Woodwork and other small tool use.
Neil is a gentle, patient and enabling soul and supports even the most novice of craftspeople to believe that they can. (Neil is also extremely helpful with all the loading and carrying of outdoor kit for Coral!)