Summer holiday Forest School 0-4 Birmingham - Animals and Habitats

Join us for our Summer Forest School in this weeks session we will be exploring different animals and their habitats. We will be using different tools to create animal habitats, making our very own pond and carrying out a scavenger hunt!

Children will be given the opportunity to use tools such as bow saw and activities such as whittling sticks to make a den. They will also be able to explore the outdoors at their own pace, experiencing the mud kitchen, swings and other areas of the forest school, all while being encouraged by our experienced forest school leader to try and take on new adventures.

Our approach to learning encourages children to lead and offers the opportunity to explore, take risks, make choices and initiate learning for themselves. This supports children to expand on their abilities by developing creativity, navigating real-world situations and build self-belief and resilience.

Through our forest school, we guide families through activities and techniques to improve interaction, and support personal, social and emotional development. Children will work towards forming relationships, managing behaviours, and developing self-confidence and self-awareness.

Please note that we recommend families to wear wellies and outdoor clothes with long sleeves and long trousers to these sessions no matter the weather.

Who is it for?
This session is for families who are part of our free Connect and Play service, which supports children aged 0-8 with complex disabilities. If you’re not sure whether this session is for you, please complete our service enquiry form or contact [email protected] to speak with a member of our team.

How can I join?
Spaces must be booked in advance via our website. By completing this booking form, you will be registered for the full term. Families are expected to attend each week to enable them to get the most out of this programme.