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BSS Forest School Team

Our Team




Forest School Co-ordinator and Trainer

We are currently recruiting for this post.  

















Sally Mizon

Senior Forest School Leader

Sally joined the BSS Forest School team in December 2017, from the RSPB where she worked as the Senior Schools Outreach Officer for Greater Manchester and Northern England and from Sustrans as a Schools Officer prior to that.  Before moving into outdoor education, Sally was a Primary School Teacher working mostly in KS2.  

















Jon Routledge

Forest School Leader and Behaviour Mentor

Jon has been with BSS since 2011, originally joining as a Behaviour Mentor.  Working across both Primary and Secondary, both 1:1 and as a group Mentor, Jon has had involvement in a great many schools across the Borough. Joining the Forest School team in 2013 Jon is still thoroughly enjoying the opportunity to facilitate the new and exciting experiences that Forest School brings to the children and young people of Stockport and further afield.

















Chrissie Chase

Forest School Leader and Behaviour Mentor

Chrissie has worked in education since 2005.  She is a trained Learning Mentor, Sex & Relationships Education Practitioner and Forest School Leader with a keen interest in engaging children in learning – inside or outside.  Working for the Behaviour Support Service since 2013, she enjoys the challenge of working in a wide variety of schools each week.  Chrissie also does 1:1 Forest School mentoring with vulnerable young people.



Dee Ashcroft

Forest School Leader

Dee joined the team in October 2018 as a Forest School Leader. She has been a freelance Forest School leader across various Forest School settings in Greater Manchester since beginning her training in 2016. Prior to Forest Schools, Dee completed her Playwork degree and has worked with LAC in residential units, utilising the outdoor environment to facilitate therapeutic play experiences. Dee is now completing her Masters at MMU titled 'Childhood Development and Wellbeing in Practice', where she is learning more about therapeutic skills, the effects of trauma upon child development, and how to conduct empirical research.