Forest School for Home-Educated Children Our Forest School Programme for home-educated children is the perfect opportunity for primary aged children to interact with other children and form friendships, whilst participating in a range of engaging activities that develop essential life skills. Children will benefit from improved confidence, self-esteem, teamwork, communication skills, gross & fine motor skills, problem solving skills, and some academic concepts (such as shape & measure). Who? These sessions are aimed at primary aged children that are home-educated, whose parents want to provide them with regular access to an alternative form of education. What? Sessions are 4 hours and include a hot chocolate and snack. The sessions are generally child-led, but a range of activities will be offered over the course of the programme, including: Fire lighting, maintenance and safety Cooking skills Team activities, such as building dens, bridges or tree-houses Tool use and tool safety Arts, crafts and activities using natural resources Basic knots and lashings, and their uses Tree climbing and building obstacle courses Among many others Where? Salcey Forest (Northants) When - What Time? All dates are Fridays: 15th February 1st, 8th, 15th and 29th March 5th April 17th May All sessions start at 11.30am and finish at 3.30pm How Much? £15 per child per session Hot snack and drink provided. How to Book? Please visit our booking page, change the category to 'Forest School for Home-Educated Children', and find the start date (eg. 15th February 2019) on the calendar. To make your booking, just click 'book now' next to the session name on the calendar, select the number of children you would like to book for, and complete the booking form. For more information, please email us on [email protected] or call 01908 870336.