3.3 – Produce relevant risk assessment and risk-benefit assessments for own Forest School sessions

Below is a link to the risk assessments I created for the portfolio sessions. Because the sessions didn’t involve the use of fire or tools the risk was generally very low. All activities were covered by general risk assessments such as risk of trips and falls and risk of infection. Because there was no tool or fire use benefits of activities have not really needed to be considered. This section would need consideration and completion for any activities that posed a moderate or higher risk.

I also added a site specific risk assessment as the woodland was adjacent to a large reservoir.

Forest School Risk Assessments

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