What is a reading forest and how might it benefit children with disabilities? Read all about it in this article from the Guardian:

Our children with SEN benefit from how the outdoors relieves stress and anxiety, develops social skills, motivates learning across the curriculum (and beyond) and allows them to be practical, responsible and productive members of the community,

says Emily Genochio, year 2 teacher and inclusion manager at Sulivan primary school in Fulham, London.

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