Forest School & Outdoor Learning

Since first completing Forest School training (Bridgwater College, Somerset) in 2008, there has been a rapid rise in popularity of Forest Schools within London and the South East.

Forest School is an ethos for learning outdoors, following a child-led philosophy, and can be run in woodlands, parks, urban greenspaces and school grounds. The programme is adapted to suit the group, and can be as simple as building nature awareness and confidence in the outdoors, to increasing skill levels in crafts such as woodwork and fire-lighting. We recommend a long-term programme of a minimum of 6 sessions in order for your children to gain the most benefit.

For schools, these programmes can particularly help pupils who struggle to connect with classroom-based subjects. We also offer Forest School inspired interactive workshops which engage pupils in a specific curriculum topic or theme.

For community engagement events, our workshops encourage families and other members of the public to participate and engage with your event’s objectives.

Contact us to discuss your requirements and find out what we can provide.

8 Responses to Forest School & Outdoor Learning

  1. Bonnie nutt says:

    Hi- I have just read that you are offering an afterschool course in streatham. My children can’t make this term but wondered if i can be notified of next terms dates & costs?
    Thank you

  2. Katie Marney says:

    Please could you send me your after school / weekend timetable for 5 year olds? Many thanks

  3. Fiona Buchan says:

    Please could you email me details of holiday camps you’re offering in the Streatham area. Thank you.

  4. Kristy Richardson says:

    Hello, please could you let me know whether you are running a holiday club in Streatham (or nearby) during the summer holiday? If so I would love some info on dates, costs, etc.
    Many thanks,

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