November 2016

Monthly Archives

  • Should horses become part of the curriculum?

    Mental health and well-being is becoming a more openly talked about subject in the Furness area. It has been identified as one of the key areas where improvements need to be made in adults and children. Education is no longer just about being academic; the need for educating children in resilience, emotional competence and confidence […]

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    HorseHeard Rainbow Programmes launched

    As part of HorseHeard’s charity launch initiative we have selected five programmes to take forward on a wholly funded basis but with the opportunity for local businesses to become involved through sponsorship.  The five programmes selected are: Nelson & Colne College ; Cumbria Schools Project; The Door – Stroud; YMCA – Newcastle; and Gloucester Young […]

  • Charlotte Angus

    With over 15 years experience leading learning and change programmes in large commercial, public sector and not for profit organisations, Charlotte is driven by enabling wellbeing and success for individuals, teams and the wider organisation. Charlotte has a BSc in Equine Science and has always aspired to work with horses, but changed careers after a serious accident […]

  • Alison Barlow

    As a specialist physiotherapist working with young people experiencing long term unremitting pain Alison has witnessed how suffering, lack of empowerment and distress effects ones ability to cope. Using CBT and Mindfulness techniques she has been able to help the young person recognise their inner strength.  With a positive confident mindset their ability to cope […]

  • James Hardy

    James is an experienced and skilled teacher having worked in both mainstream education and with emotionally and behaviourally disadvantaged children, who finished his education career as a Senior Education Advisor. Through teaching Outdoor Pursuits, James recognised the emotional, self awareness and motivational skills children developed through experiential learning. Additionally, having been around horses since the […]