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Flying Wild!

    An aerial and outdoors project created in collaboration with Samuel Rhodes Primary School (SEN).

    Yoga and aerial work create routines and rituals that are both soothing and challenging. By building the participants trust and openness, we form a solid base which reinforces their capacity and joy of learning. Climbing giant spiderwebs organically created in the woods, develops gross and fine motor skills, and enables children that rarely spend time outdoors to enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of the woods.
    Harness and suspension work allows a sense of freedom similar to swimming for young people with special needs. It also develops concentration skills and manual dexterity which is very effective for engaging young people with learning difficulties. Teacher
    Aerial work is particularly beneficial for autistic children. They absolutely love it – they love hanging up in the air, being enclosed in small spaces and covered in material. They open up and speak to us about their experience. Teacher
    Supported by Awards For All through the Big Lottery Fund