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Forest School / Outdoor Learning and themed days

Forest school through regular sessions offers a child- centred learning approach whereby the children have the freedom to play and develop their own learning  whilst gaining a deeper understanding and appreciation of the natural world. The children will learn skills such as lighting fires and using tools as well as develop greater resilience, learn to assess risk and increase their self confidence. They will also have the best time and have oodles of fun!

Each week children will also learn the importance of mindfulness and start to practice some basic meditation. The aim is to give the children the skills to learn to reflect, appreciate the natural world as well as giving them time to relax and to feel the benefits of doing so.

For schools that require a measure of progression of the sessions, there is an option to complete a Forest School Skills Progression Measure, whereby they can learn new skills and deepen their learning over the course of the sessions and receive a certificate on completion.

Outdoor learning is also offered for schools that are wishing to link the curriculum to the outdoors and we can work with  schools to offer a bespoke programme, either as a number of sessions or as a one off.

Site development and willow

Developing a space for forest school or outdoor learning can seem daunting and potentially expensive.

I have developed several school sites in a variety of spaces and can offer a consultation on how best to utilise your space without having to spend a fortune.

The use of willow can be a great way to create boundaries and structures, and I can offer advice on the use of willow at your site as well as provide and plant it for you too. 


Get in touch if you would like to discuss it further. 

Cooking Clubs

Healthy eating and learning to cook is not only essential for our health and wellbeing, it great fun and an important life skill. To support this I offer after school cooking clubs. 

Cooking clubs run for 4 weeks and for either 10 KS2 children or 8 KS1 children.  It includes:

  • School visit to assess facilities

  • Provision of equipment

  • Ingredients and containers

  • Template parent letters

Over the 4 weeks the children will make 2 savoury and 2 sweet recipes with some requiring cooking at home.

Cost £270 for 4 weeks club.