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Katie Beresford

Exploring the effectiveness of ‘Forest Schools’ on the health and development of pre-school aged children

Intern

June 2021-Aug 2021

Fuse (Durham University)

Supervisor

Sophie Phillips

Research Interests

Through studying a multidisciplinary undergraduate degree, my research interests focus particularly on the intersections and interconnectivity of different academic disciplines. As an educationalist, I am fascinated by how creative pedagogies can be utilised to reduce social inequalities and produce social change. Furthermore, as a geographer, I am interested in how this relates to shifting demographics and how inequalities vary spatially and temporally. I am especially interested in how public health research can inform policy and practice, producing evidence-informed practice that contributes to making the world more equitable.

Undergraduate Degree

Education studies with human geography

Katie's internship outputs

Katie’s blog: Can Forest School inspire the next generation to be happy & healthy?

Report on Exploring the effectiveness of ‘Forest School’ on the health and development of pre-school aged children

Research briefing: Exploring the effectiveness of ‘Forest School’ on the health and development of pre-school aged children

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