The March Wood Project CIC is a non profit community organisation that offers education and therapeutic programmes from 100 acres of woodland in Kent. We work with young people, adults and families to help promote development in the following areas:
* Social and emotional well-being
* Confidence and self esteem
* Positive relationships
* Skills and knowledge
* Communication and self awareness
We offer short and long term programmes as well as one off sessions that have the natural environment at its core.
Our Forest School Practitioner is trained in working with young people and adults with Autism, SEBD and complex needs and our qualified therapist is a member of the BACP.
Who we work with
We currently work with a number of organisations including mainstream and specialist schools, pupil referral units, Kent Youth Offending Team, The Shaw Trust, Hothfield Brain Injury Unit, Woodcraft, Ashford ASD, Project Salus, Caldecott Foundation as well as individuals and families.
Our work is very holistic and aims to help improve the lives of people within our community and beyond. We work within the 6 ways of well-being ensuring that everyone we work with is at the core of our work.
See our programmes page for further details of what we can deliver