St John’s School groups return on the 10th September 2019
King Athelstan groups return on the 17th September 2019
We noticed recently that our hot chocolate and biscuit boxes had damage, especially around the hinges on the plastic containers. We keep these items in our storage shed on our site and suspected we might have had a visitor in the night.
Forest Schooling UK is an organisation that works exclusively within school environments during the school day. Children experience sessions in the outdoors away from the confines and demands of the modern classroom.
We offer all types of learners opportunities to achieve and develop confidence and self esteem through different types of learning in the enveloping environment of a woodland.
All the information you need to know when your child is going to join us at our sessions. You can find out what they need to wear, who will be looking after them and our permission form right here…
We will be out in the forest whatever the weather be that mud, rain, snow or sunshine. We will be outside and we will be getting messy!
We have put together a simple guide of what your children will be expected to wear over their school uniform when participating in Forest School.
Please fill out and submit the consent form below in order for your child to be able to take part in forest school activities. Information supplied on the form will be held securely.
Each session is run by an experienced and qualified Forest School Leader and an assistant. The groups contain no more than eight children enabling us to provide individual attention to each participant.
St John’s School groups return on the 10th September 2019 King Athelstan groups return on the 17th September 2019
We noticed recently that our hot chocolate and biscuit boxes had damage, especially around the hinges on the plastic containers. We keep these items in our storage shed on our site and suspected we might have had a visitor in…
I spent a long time searching the web for a french autism alert card. I carry a UK one in my wallet here should I ever need to explain Ethan’s behaviour to authorities. I had great difficulty finding one in…
Forest School is amazing; the children were all totally engaged in what they were doing, and all seemed to be really enjoying the activities…This seems to be a fantastic opportunity for those children involved.
“I liked everything about our day at forest school, especially when my team won the den building activity. We lit real fires and the pond dipping was fascinating.”
“He developed self esteem and confidence in his abilities to try and do new things. He was no longer scared or anxious about failing, loosing or not succeeding. He is now proud of himself when he achieves and he no longer feels worried to be so.”
“When he comes home from forest school he tells me about everything they have done, he doesn’t do that normally”
We had a superb day and the children thoroughly enjoyed every moment of it. What a success!
I loved the camp fire and roasting marshmallows. I also loved stroking the newt that we found in the pond. The day was relaxing and calming, it was such a good day