We offer a variety of sessions to suit all ages.


As life is unpredictable these days, we have decided to make things a little easier with bookings.  For the next six weeks only, you may book one session at a time rather than having to book and pay for the whole half term in one go.

AND if you do book and pay for a term (or half term) of sessions in advance, you will receive a 10% discount.

Furthermore collect five reward stickers at sessions and get your next session FREE! 

Our sessions run in blocks of six weeks along with school term times and booking and payment is required in advance of the first session.  

As a new but growing business, we are still building our sessions; if we don’t have the session you are looking for, please do ask us, as we may be developing it soon.


Home Education Group Sessions

A mixed age range, afternoon session aimed at children roughly over the age of seven years old. Younger siblings may also attend, price applies to all children over two years old.

We are currently trialling this as a “drop-off” session but parents may stay if they wish. All children being left in our care must be able to go to the toilet independently outdoors.

(£12.50 per child per session over the age of two years, under threes are free)

Warleigh Point. Mondays 13:45hrs-16:30hrs

 Book 19th April 2021 – 24th May 2021


Toddlers in the Trees

A morning Parent and Toddler group, for children up to the age of approximately six years.

(£12 per child per session)

Warleigh Point Mondays 10:00hrs -12:45hrs

 Book 19th April 2021 – 24th May 2021


Forest Club

 A weekly after-school club for children between the ages of 5 and 12 years old.

(£10 per child per session; payable half termly in advance)



Bush-craft and Survivors

A more adventurous weekly group for teenagers

(£15 per person per session; payable half termly in advance)


Family Fun Days

Self-contained one- or half-day sessions, suitable for family groups or participants of any ages.

(price announced with session)


All bookings will be managed by Eventbrite who charge an additional small booking fee. 

We offer a discount for siblings: 10% off your second child and 20% off subsequent children.


How to book

To book please visit our eventbrite page, small booking fee will apply.

All sessions must be booked and paid for in advance. Blocks of six weeks of sessions must be booked and paid for prior to the beginning of the half term. Please speak to us if this should cause you difficulty and prevent your child from attending. Siblings may be offered a discount. (Currently this does not apply)

Please fill in all consent forms prior to your first session (Links below). This can be done at your leisure on-line here on our website and means paperwork is kept securely and no forms will go missing at a session and it saves time, therefore we can devote more time to clients during a session and not to retrieving paperwork. We are also then prepared in advance for any special requirements participants may have.

*(N.B. If you are unable to attend a session or have a query about a session which you are due to attend that day, please call or text the mobile number listed on your booking confirmation, not the landline number)

Please read carefully the short list of things to wear and bring. This is guidance for your own safety and without the appropriate attire a participant may be turned away.

We look forward to seeing you and giving you a warm welcome.

Registration forms:

Consent and medical information form

Image consent form

Participation during Covid 19 agreement

What will you need to bring and wear?

We provide shelter from the elements, all tools and equipment needed for activities, hot or cold drinks and biscuits and first aid.

You don’t need to bring much but please dress prepared for the British weather (four seasons in one day!).

You should therefore bring the following items, and for health and safety reasons we might not permit attendance without the items marked with an asterisk:

  • A waterproof jacket *

  • Long trousers (not shorts!) *

  • Walking boots, wellingtons or sensible, stout shoes *

  • Waterproof trousers – these are great to help keep participants warm and dry and help prevent injury from brambles and stinging nettles.

  • Water bottle

  • Sun cream

  • Hat for sun or cold

  • Long sleeved tops

  • Gloves

Important: without appropriate clothing and footwear as outlined above (with asterisk) you might not be permitted to attend 

Layering of clothes is best, and thermals in winter can make you more comfortable.

Please bring a packed lunch if your session is over lunch time, unless otherwise arranged.


Health and safety

We take health and safety and the welfare of our clients very seriously indeed.

All tool use and fire lighting is carried out in a very strict and controlled environment. We have a high adult supervisor to participating child ratio.

There will always be at least one First Aider on site with a current 3-year First Aid certificate. All staff have a current Health and Safety at Work qualification, and of course a Food Hygiene certificate if they are a food handler. No staff or volunteers without an up to date DBS check will be permitted to be left alone with children at any time.

We are fully insured. All sessions will be led by a fully qualified Level 3 Forest School Leader and all staff and volunteers are trained in the activities which they are leading.

Each site is risk assessed before any session and every activity has its own risk assessment.

We have a comprehensive, detailed and in-depth operating and policy manual which clearly sets out working practices and procedures for all staff and volunteers to follow and covers every conceivable eventuality. This of course also includes the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults. It is updated and reviewed annually or as necessary. It is available for clients to view upon request.