Thu, 04 Apr|
Halloween Holiday Club (all ages) (1)
Igniting a passion for the natural world whilst having lots of fun outdoors.
Time & Location
04 Apr 2019, 11:00 – 15:00
About The Event
We are offering an exciting opportunity to spend a day in the woods with a spooky twist. We have lots planned including pumpkin carving, campfire cooking, potion making and story telling. As well as a mix of fire and tool skills, ropes and knots, crafts, learning about the woodland ecosystem with plenty of playing in the woods!
Prior to booking please ensure you read and agree to our Terms & Conditions
Meet at the entrance to Peat Pitts Wood on Higg Lane. Location map
For all ages, children under 6 years must be accompanied by an adult.
£30 per session. Places are limited so please book a place.
Snack will be provided, if we are having a fire we will use it to cook snack. We aim to eat snack around 1100 and lunch at 1230 to ensure the group have enough energy to see them through the whole session. Please include a packed lunch and a spare pair of clothes.
Forest School is an inspirational outdoor child led approach. We will follow the child’s interests so they learn about the things they love. Each session is different depending on what the children ask to do or building on skills learnt in the previous session. For your child to get the most out of it I recommend you book consecutive sessions. This way we get to know each other and I can tailor sessions to their interests.
Please wear sensible clothes including long trousers, waterproof coat and trousers, plenty of layers in cooler months and sturdy boots or wellies.
There is always two level 3 trained Forest School practitioners on each of our Holiday Club sessions giving a 1:6 adult to child ratio. We believe this will give your child optimum support and allows us to safely use tools and fire. We have insurance provided by industry leaders Birnbeck. We are DBS checked. All our sessions are fully risk assessed and along with our policies are available on request. We are members of The Forest School Association and strive for professional excellence.