Pathways to Resilience

Our mission is to improve the life chances of disadvantaged and vulnerable children and young people experiencing challenges at home, at school and in the community.

 

Many of the children and young people we work with, aged from 0 - 16, come from families affected by substance misuse, alcohol abuse and domestic violence.

 

Nature Nurture is the first early intervention programme in the UK that tackles vulnerability and promotes resilience by combining free play and nurturing interactions in natural environments.


Our approach defines resilience as ‘the mental, emotional and physical fortitude to recover from adversity and realise potential.’ Resilience is a key factor in breaking generational cycles of neglect and abuse and in building positive outcomes for adult life... more info

Nature Nurture & Camphill Wellbeing Trust launch a new fund to support the work of the Nature Nurture Project. The Nature Nurture Fund has a target this year of £150,000. This can provide 120 children with a place on a Nature Nurture programme... more

 

Fund raising activities will include high profile events throughout the year and we’ll keep you up to date with our progress on a regular basis.

 

Principles and Values

 

The Project is closely aligned to the principles and values of Getting It Right For Every Child, the Curriculum for Excellence, the Early Years Framework, Waldorf Education and Social Pedagogical approaches.

Giving vulnerable and disadvantaged children and young people the best start in life

  • Terri Harrison

    Terri has worked with children and young people for 30 years. She is a qualified teacher... more

  • Daniel Harrison

    Daniel has worked with children and young people for 25 years. He has developed... more

  • Kahren Ehlen

    Kahren has worked with children and young people for 40 years. She is a qualified play... more