As the school year comes to an end we have enjoyed a wide range of groups at Outdoor Learning Experiences. Reception and year one children have enjoyed a series of forest school sessions; older children have also enjoyed forest school, including some simple wood carving and campfire cooking. There have also been farm tours, and some orienteering and map reading session.
There will be a short lull for the school holidays, and then the summer camp will run from August 24th – 28th.
Our “forest of frogs summer camp” brings together forest school activities, nature art and craft, and the skills of box of frogs theatre school, to provide a fantastic week at the end of the school holidays. The whole takes place in the wonderful setting of the gardens at St. Paul’s Walden Bury (see stpaulswaldenbury.co.uk), where the children can run and play, develop characters and plot lines, and chose to stage their plays in different areas of the garden. They also go on treasure hunts and develop their map reading skills. Nature art and craft is a big part of it, as they make the most of the willow to weave and build, and use clay and leaves and flowers for lots of nature art and craft. Of course, there is also some forest for camp fires, den making, and toasting marshmallows.
There are still a few spaces left, so it you would like to book for the whole week or just a day or two, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07973818254. For further info see the “Forest of Frogs” web page under the “Annual events” tab.