A Forest School session to celebrate Winnie the Pooh Day. In which the children find Pooh’s hunny pots and help his friends build shelters.
Welcome to our Top Ten Forest School Activities compiled by pupils from The Mount Junior School. Which activity will be top of the charts this week?
The longest night, the shortest day. How can we celebrate the oldest winter festival with children?
As the year draws to a close it is time to reflect on our adventures this year.
Love a summer barbecue? Why not enjoy your barbecue all year and join us for a winter barbecue to celebrate Christmas?
Get out this week and enjoy the last of the autumn leaves. Activity ideas for children aged 5-11 years.
The darker nights are here, so let’s enjoy them and have fun! We will go on a spooky scavenger hunt and play torch tag and hide and seek – 1,2,3 coming ready or not!
Make fantastic paints from the woodland floor. Squash berries, mash bark and grass and crush leaves to create paints, inks and dyes. Use your creations to paint a unique piece of art.
Join us in the woods for a treasure hunt with a difference.
Take off your shoes and free your toes! A woodland activity designed to test your courage and senses.