The human team at Horserenity provides opportunities to learn out of doors in a safe, natural environment with horses and other animals. We offer one to one sessions, small groups, family programmes, life skills and re-engagement for young adults and those experiencing trauma (PTSD) and anxiety. We are also now running alternative provision for those children unable to attend their educational setting.
Hazel is never happier than when she is in a field! She is a highly experienced primary school teacher who loves reading, experimenting, creating and adventures.
"I can't believe I'm lucky enough to spend my days exploring, making and sharing learning with the children that come to Horserenity. It's what learning should be all about - we are out in the fresh air finding out about ourselves and the world. While we are on our daily adventures we are sure to weave in core curriculum and we keep busy books so we can show the Mums and Dads how exciting our day has been."
Horserenity was set up by Sarah who is a Level 4 Advanced Facilitator, qualified teacher and University lecturer. She also has extensive experience in the corporate world having been a Director at a London Marketing Agency. She is a licensed HorseDreams Partner and delivers team building and coaching with horses as well as equine facilitated learning to children, young people and adults.
"It's been incredibly rewarding watching relationships blossom between the horses and the learners that come here. I am privileged to be part of their emotional learning and watch them find a place of calm within themselves that they can take to other settings where anxiety might ordinarily take over and sabotage their day."
Daimon is a linguist and an experienced DELTA qualified teacher of English as a Foreign Language. She has trained with EAQ and is awaiting sign off of her final portfolio.
""I am continually surprised by seeing how learners respond to working alongside the horses and other animals at Horserenity. It's amazing watching the smiles spread across everyone's faces as they progress through the programmes that Sarah writes."