Forest school


Forest school supports holistic learning through play and exploration. Children learn about the environment, how to handle risks and to use their own initiative to solve problems and cooperate with others.

Forest school offers a learner led approach where children can learn through self directed play and exploration, guided by the teacher.

It is about the process rather than the result, being immersed and learning new skills.

Forest schooling has been shown to promote confidence, social skills, communication, motivation, concentration, physical ability, knowledge and understanding of oneself and the environment.

The benefits are new perspectives for all involved.


Please visit our website - www.thewildonesforestschool.com





Try these at home with the kids - 



Pine cone bird feeders

These are so easy to make and look lovely.



- Tie some string to the top of a pine cone

- smear with peanut butter

- roll in bird seed


 Egg heads

 - Break a few eggs

- decorate if you like

- half fill with either compost or cotton wool

- sprinkle on cress seeds

- water sparingly daily

- in about 10 days you will have a crop of egg head hair


You can also try this with potatoes and try different seeds 

chives work well but take a little longer to grow.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                          nurturing plants and people