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How and why i'm here...

My introduction to the outdoors came through the Ten Tors Challenge in 2006. I enjoyed it so much I kept coming back for 12 years to train the teams!


I'd spend my walks wondering about the landscapes and wildlife around me.  Then I discovered you could study environmental and landscape change at university and I was hooked!

After my MSc, I taught for a fantastic education charity using outdoor learning for social and emotional learning, often working with audiences new to the outdoors. I became an Accredited Practitioner for the Institute for Outdoor Learning, recognising my values and skills in designing and delivering outdoor experiences.


​I'm very grateful for how the outdoors has shaped me and aim to use that to benefit of others. I also strongly believe that understanding of, and connection to, the outdoors is key to protecting it for the future. This led me to create:

DISCOVER - let's learn about the places we visit and look from different perspectives as we explore.

YOUR - Outdoors is for everyone and we experience it in different ways. I value creating an adaptable experience everyone can enjoy.

OUTDOORS -  big, small, near, far, woodland, mountain, walking, all 'counts'.

Siân's qualifications:

  • Lowland Leader qualification provider

  • Mountain Leader

  • Hill and Moorland Leader

  • Accredited Practitioner of the Institute for Outdoor Learning

  • National Navigation Award Tutor

  • MSc Quaternary Science

  • BSc (Hons) Geography

  • First Aid at Work + Forestry

  • Safeguarding and Child Protection Level 2

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