Living Potential is part of the CAREFARMING UK network and is moving towards full accreditation of the code of practice. Link to www.carefarminguk.org

City and Guilds qualifications coming soon through Seeds of Change

Research shows nature based interventions have hugely beneficial results

(BRAGG, R., ATKINS, G. 2016. A review of nature-based interventions for mental health care. Natural England Commissioned Reports, Number 204)

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Tanya

 

Tanya is a qualified secondary teacher and support worker for autism and learning disabilities. She has studied outdoor learning at Edinburgh University and is a foster carer for children with additional needs.

Keith

Keith is an experienced teacher having previously worked in prisons. He is a permaculture practitioner which means he balances care for the earth and it's inhabitants and care for people.

Katie

Katie has worked in mainsteam and additional needs education as well as in being an activities coordinator in a psychiatric setting. Katie has a farm of her own and much expertise. 

Michael

Michael comes with a background in health and safety. He has been working with elderly people, providing care in the own home. He is also a permaculture enthusiast.

Roger 

Roger has worked in community farming and supported living for most of his working life. We are privileged to have him working with us.