Forest School

Forest School “Woodland Learning Zone” works in partnership with schools to offer unique learning experiences in the forest at our campus at High Melton, Doncaster University Centre.



We provide activities and design topics that link to objectives across the National Curriculum and the Early Years Foundation Stage. We work with children up to KS4 and older children with special Educational Needs.


NEW - February Half-Term activities (18 to 21 February)


Our Forest School Practitioner and the team can deliver any of the examples below and are able to develop new ideas and challenging tasks for children with teachers that will give children an experience of learning in the forest. At Forest School children encounter high quality teaching that engages and motivates children to learn. Teachers go away from Forest School with lots of ideas for activities to further extend children’s knowledge, skills and understanding of the world around them.


Here are a few examples of activities we have delivered in the forest to schools in the past. All sessions start with a health and safety talk and an ice breaker game. This encourages listening, coordination, communication and team building skills.


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