All this allows us to be totally inclusive. In addition to all this equipment, we have also appointed two members of staff to carry out the equine assisted learning and therapy activities.
Equine Assisted Learning and Therapy (EAL and EAT) is a form of experiential learning; a vital member of our team is the horse. EAL/EAT sessions offer a variety of activities focussing on a range of skills that promote physical and emotional wellbeing. Developing confidence, communication, leadership, self-esteem, literacy and numeracy skills are just a few of the benefits that can be enjoyed.