Children, young people and families Learning & Skills programme
WildTribe holiday club
School holidays 8.30am-5.30pm.
Our new holiday club for children aged 5 years old and over will be full of fun, adventure and fresh air. From bushcraft to arts and crafts to learning about wildlife, this club will suit budding Kate Humbles’ and Bear Grylls’ – in fact all children who love getting outdoors, learning about nature and having fun in the woods.
- Monday 28th October – Friday 1st November
- Monday 17th February – Friday 21st February
- Monday 6th April – Thursday 9th April
- Tuesday 14th April – Friday 17th April
First Saturday of every month from 10.30am until 12.30pm.
May sees the launch of our new volunteering and bushcraft club for young people aged 12-18. Our Young Foresters will have many adventures in the Forest as well as taking part in a number of forestry and conversation tasks. The young people who take part will benefit from spending time outdoors: improve their physical and mental health, forge new friendships and gain valuable work experience.
First Saturday of every month, 2pm until 4pm.
Our regular club for families with children aged 4-11. Every month sees a new adventure for the mini foresters as they learn about wildlife, try a bit of bushcraft, get creative with craft activities and learn how to help the wildlife in the forest.
October – Magical Forest
Learn about the folklore of trees, whittle your own wand then hear some magical stories around the campfire.
November – Get ready for winter
Go foraging for berries and try a recipe using foraged foods
December -Stickman treasure hunt
Stickman and his friends are lost in the forest. Follow clues to find as many stickmen as possible to get them back to the family tree before Christmas.
January – Recycling challenge
Bring your Christmas junk with you and use it to create useful objects such as candles, butterfly sand bird feeders and bee hotels.
February – Den building
Work as a team with your family and friends to make a winter home to keep a mouse warm, then use what you have learned to build a the den of your dreams.