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And we knew about the programme that was happening down in Fiordland and we were aware of Weta and their programme they were setting up and of course Possum, they’re another centre that focuses on the outdoors. And then did some visits with Weta. Did a workshop that they presented for people interested in doing programmes (Gum). One aspect that stood out was the importance of having a common vision that all members of the teaching team were committed too. In all three centres it was not until staff changes had occurred that the nature adventure programmes were able to emerge.
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These were a sense of calmness, closeness to nature and an awareness of sustainability, greater propensity to take risks and new social skills. Teachers from all three settings commented on the way in which children were more relaxed and calmer in the nature environments. Teak remarked, “they would get to the woods and they would just relax... and just be quiet.