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Forest School education is an alternative approach to traditional learning that focuses on outdoor experiences and exploration. The Forest School philosophy is based on the belief that children benefit greatly from spending time in nature, where they can learn about the environment and develop important life skills.

One of the main benefits of a Forest School education is that it provides children with hands-on learning experiences that are not available in a traditional classroom setting. Children are encouraged to explore the natural environment, learn about plants and animals, and engage in activities that promote creativity and problem-solving. This type of learning can help children develop a deeper understanding and appreciation for the natural world.

Another benefit of a Forest School education is that it promotes physical activity and health. Children who spend time outdoors are more active and are less likely to develop health problems such as obesity and diabetes. In addition, being in nature has been shown to reduce stress and anxiety, which can have a positive impact on mental health and well-being.

Forest School education also promotes social skills and emotional intelligence. Children learn to work together, communicate effectively, and develop empathy and respect for others. This type of learning can help children develop strong relationships and build a sense of community.

Overall, a Forest School education can provide children with a unique and valuable learning experience that promotes physical, emotional, and social development. By spending time in nature and engaging in hands-on learning activities, children can develop important skills and gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for the natural world.

General Info:

  • For children aged 3 to 5 and 6 to 10 (who are being homeschooled).

  • From September to June (Term-Time Only - Christmas, Easter & Summer Camps excluded).

  • If your child has additional needs, please let us know so we can better accommodate – our staff is SEND trained or is undertaking training.

  • Limited spaces available. Places are offered on a first-come-first-served basis.

  • 1:6 and 1:8 Ratios.

  • Children must bring a morning and afternoon snack, a packed lunch and water for the day.

  • Registration is possible throughout the year as long as there are available spaces. If no spaces are available, you can join the waiting list.

  • No sessions will run during Bank Holidays.

Running Hours:

  • Full-Time - Monday to Friday, from 8.30am to 4.30pm

  • Part-Time - Monday to Friday, from 8.30am to 12.30pm or 12.30pm to 4.30pm OR 3 full days.


  • Registration Fee: 100,00€ (To be paid every year - Insurance is included

  • Full-Time - 350,00€ x 10 months

  • Part-Time - 250,00€ x 10 months

  • 10% discount on the second child and 15% on subsequent children (siblings).

  • Fees are payable in advance and are non-refundable. Note that we are not able to offer catch-up classes for any missed sessions

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