Bramblewood Saturdays: Block of 7 fortnightly drop-off sessions for 4-13 year olds for the 2024 Summer term (Buzzards) – Bramblewood

Sat 13 Apr 2024 10:00 AM - Sat 20 Jul 2024 2:00 PM
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Saturday Forest School for 4-13 yrs

This ticket books a place for one child to attend the advertised block of forest school sessions. £154.00 £0.40

Please alter the amount according to your resources. All donations will support children to attend forest school, who would not otherwise be able to. If you want to ask about supported places, please contact us at wildandrootedcic@gmail.com.
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A block of 7 fortnightly Saturday Forest School sessions, running 10am-2pm for unaccompanied children aged 4-13 years in the heart of Worcester.

This block is for the 'Buzzards' community (just a name chosen by the group, which bears no resemblance to anything specific taking place!) and is for the following dates: 

* Saturday 13th April 2024

* Saturday 27th April 2024

* Saturday 11th May 2024

(NO SESSION SAT 25TH FEB FOR HALF TERM)

* Saturday 8th June 2024

* Saturday 22nd June 2024

* Saturday 6th July 2024

* Saturday 20th July 2024


Relax in the knowledge that your child is having a 'wild break', playing with friends, learning life skills and exploring their natural world, all out in the fresh air. 

Sessions fees: £22 per 4 hour session. Please email for details of our sibling discount. We have some supported places available, made possible by donations from the forest school and local community. While these are limited, please do email us for details - wildandrootedcic@gmail.com.  

At Bramblewood Forest School, children play together in a wild woodland space, creating games and worlds that reach far beyond, and offer much deeper learning than adult led activities can offer.
Even so, Bramblewood's high ratio of experienced adults enables us to also offer children invitations to explore new challenges according to the their own pace and curiosity. These can range from practical challenges: sawing and splitting wood, climbing high on the scramble net, building and lighting a fire to cook on, making a tree house, whittling a whistle. To conservation skills: creating homes for small animals, planting and tending trees, doing a bird count. To creative endeavours: weaving, making and using natural dyes, creative writing, singing, sculpting with clay, etc. 
Altogether at the end of a session by the fire, we reflect on our time at Bramblewood, share a story or song and a snack, and make plans for our next adventures together on the following session.