Welcome to the new Nature Nurture Website
Greetings to you all and welcome to the new Nature Nurture website. This project has been several months in the making and we are so happy to finally reveal it to you all. The site has been set up as a platform through which people can learn about the Nature Nurture Project and its current ventures. In addition to this, we would like the site to be a dynamic space, regularly updated with our Nature Nurture Blog. This tool will be used to share our knowledge and experience of working with the Nature Nurture approach to promote resilience in vulnerable children. It will also be a space to share the latest research in resilience, the benefits of outdoor play, self regulation, nurturing environments etc., as well as provide useful resources for adopting and implementing child-centred practice and outdoor play.
The main page of the Nature Nurture website welcomes you with a brief summary of the project and its aims. From here you are able to access the ‘What We Do’ page, which goes into greater detail about the ‘Nature Nurture Approach’. Further down the main page of the site, you will see that it is divided into 5 sections we like to call ‘Green Areas’. These areas allow you to navigate deeper into the site to learn more about who we work with as an organisation, the impact that Nature Nurture has had on those who have attended the programme, the ways in which you can volunteer with the project, our continued fund raising to ensure the projects long term future and the different training packages we provide.
At the top of the site is a navigation bar which will allow you to jump to additional pages such as ‘Who We Are’, ‘Resources’, ‘Blog’ and finally our ‘Contact’ page. Over the coming weeks and months, more content will be added to the Resources and Blog, with the eventual aim of developing a dynamic library of relevant content which will be widely applicable to anyone working in early years and/or outdoor therapeutic ventures.
This blog post marks the first of many entries to come and we hope you will check back regularly to keep up to date.