N EDUCATION centre, encouraging children to learn through the love of animals is to reopen this week. TURN Education, at Stramshall, was forced to close when the UK went into lockdown, but now has implemented new measures to allow youngsters to return this weekend. The centre offers children and young people the chance to engage in therapeutic and holistic activities which help break down barriers to learning.
Founder, Caroline Hardeman-Mason said: “We are delighted to offer more opportunities for young people and their families to engage with us and the animals on learning, therapeutic and relaxation programmes.
“More than ever people want to be outside and in environments to promote good wellbeing rather than indoors so we hope they will come visit us.
“One to ones, family groups, small groups and placements all catered for.”
Animal interaction, nature craft and exploring the outdoors all underpin the work of various projects at TURN Education, which offers specific sessions for different groups as well as family sessions and one-to-one work.
To find out more, visit www.turneducation.co.uk or find them on Facebook: @Turn Education.
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