Relight their fire

1st April 2005 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Relight their fire: whittling wood and building fires is proving a successful way of motivating pupils and boosting attendance at Bristol schools. Year 6 pupils at Hareclive primary (including Jamie Lever, pictured) have been learning survival skills in Goblin Coombe forest, outside Bristol. The Forest Schools scheme pairs children with behaviour and attendance problems with those who are doing well

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