New Horizons EAL is a family run Community Interest Company (CIC) which means that we are a not for profit organisation. We started delivering sessions in August 2011 and we have continued to grow and offer sessions to the community ever since.
We have a happy mixed herd of horses who are all different and bring their own characters to the centre and our clients. We are committed to helping children, youngsters and adults to learn and grow through the company of horses. Learning and self-growth isn't always easy but we strive to offer an environment for people to feel safe and develop their self awareness.
The wellbeing of the horses is also of paramount importance to us so we apply the Five Freedoms to the care of our horses.
Equine Assisted Learning can be of benefit to everyone. At New Horizons EAL, we work with Aspergers Syndrome and ASD, ADHD, learning difficulties/disabilities, challenging behaviour, bereavement, family relationships, self esteem and confidence building, anti-bullying, effective leadership, decision making, stress management, team building and personal development.
We cater to the specific need of the individuals who attend, whether they need 1:1 attention or group sessions and learners can gain nationally recognised qualifications through OCN London as we are an EAQ Approved Centre.
EAL can help people to find themselves, improve self esteem, overcome fear, develop lateral thinking, improve planning and motivation, goal setting, target achievement and help families, partnerships and teams become more balanced and harmonious.
It can assist in managing difficult behaviour, engaging young people in learning and discovering strengths amd weaknesses. Communication skills can be developed with improved confidence, creative thinking, problem solving, taking responsibility, time management, decision making and working as a member of a team.
New Horizons EAL CIC
Please see the How to find us page for our postal/mailing address
Tel: 07815 438613
Email: See Contact page
Are you interested in getting involved and joining us as a volunteer? We don't just need horsey people to help us in creating and maintaining our centre. Check out the Volunteering page for more information.