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Our Services

Wild Embers provides specialist support to children, young people and families with SEND (Specialist Education Needs & Disabilities) and mental health support needs in South Devon.

 

Staff Skills & Experience

Our support is offered in nature based settings by skilled and experienced staff with qualifications in Forest School Leadership, Outdoor Therapeutic Intervention, Safeguarding Level 3 qualifications, enhanced DBS and a passion for supporting children and families to thrive in their lives.

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1:1 Support

  • Tailored 1.1 nature based therapeutic support

  • For Children Aged 6 - 16 with SEND (Special Education Needs & Disabilities)

  • Totnes & Halwell Areas. 

  • 10am - 3pm

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Group Support 

  • Group nature based therapeutic support

  • For Children Aged 6 - 16 with SEND (Special Education Needs & Disabilities)

  • Totnes & Halwell Areas. 

  • 10am - 3pm

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2:1 Support

  • Nature based support from Therapeutic lead and Outdoor Education leader

  • For Children Aged 6 - 16 with SEND (Special Education Needs & Disabilities)

  • Totnes / Halwell: 10 - 3pm

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Family Support

We offer parent and child days for children and families with SEND (Special Education Needs & Disabilities) 

  • Halwell Area: Weekends During Term Time

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Our Support Model

​Wild Embers model is to provide early intervention for children with SEND, providing them and their family with holistic nature based support: by first focussing on their wellbeing and relationships and then equipping them with the confidence, life skills and communication skills to thrive in their lives and reach their full potential.

 

Our service is set up to provide support for the child during school hours and beyond the classroom, providing them and their family members opportunities to participate in after school activities, holiday forest school sessions and specialist therapeutic support which are subsidized and geared to support those who need our support most.

Safeguarding Statement
Wild Embers recognises its moral and statutory responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of all children and young people. We endeavour to provide a safe and welcoming environment where children and young people are respected and valued.
 
We are alert to the signs of abuse and neglect and follow our procedures and policies to ensure that children and young people receive effective support, protection and justice.
 
Child protection forms part of Wild Embers safeguarding responsibilities.
 

Safeguarding Policies & Procedures
Read our organisational policies here
Download our Parent & Child Friendly Safeguarding Policy here
Download our Child Protection & Safeguarding Policy here

Testimonials

“My boy has blossomed at Wild Embers, he loves it... I have noticed the confidence and interests he has on different topics; he learns best hands on and with his needs, he feels happier being in this environment, he’s never had a bad day its always been his best day ever."

Parent whose child attended Wild Adventurers Holiday Club 

Our Partners

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