Utilising a variety of woodlands across the North East, including our own site at Dukes Hagg Wood in Prudhoe, we offer tailored sessions for children aged 0-18 years, on different days and times throughout the week.
We recommend booking a block of sessions to maximise the engagement of the children, but we also offer taster sessions to see if Forest School is right for each child
We work with local schools to integrate Forest School into the school day for all pupils in the class. We offer one-off sessions through to full programmes that can last a whole term, academic year, or several years
We use the profits generated from our other work to subsidise sessions for children that would otherwise not be able to attend Forest School.
We work with children who face disadvantages including child poverty, social isolation, physical and mental disabilites, NEET children (Not in Education, Employment or Training) and refugees and asylum seekers.
This aspect of our work is very important to us as we believe the benefits of Forest School should be accessible to everyone.
We also support these sessions through grant funding and donations from individuals