Running Wild provide Forest School sessions at Hunston Forest Centre and can travel to sites to deliver sessions within a 30 mile radius of Chichester, West Sussex.
The nature of Forest School enables it to be adapted and of benefit to many organisations and institutions aside from nurseries and primary schools. Call us to discover how we can benefit your pupils, members or clients with our 6 week Forest School programs or book onto one of our Forest School taster days .Our information pack below will tell you more on what we do and the typical content and structure of our sessions.
If you re thinking of setting up a Forest School provision for your school and site we can do the hard work for you and get you up and Running Wild with the best set up to suit you and your needs. .
"We organised our first set of forest sessions for our oldest pre-school children with Running Wild. These took place this Summer Term (2017) and were a fantastic success. The children developed many skills, had the opportunity to explore new experiences, overcame exciting challenges, and grew in confidence week by week. We are very much looking forward to working together next year"
The Pink Cottage Day Nursery
I just want to say again, thank you for all your help and support; Forest Schools has been a truly incredible part of our curriculum which has enabled our young people to grow and achieve. As you know this is a highly challenging group and the level of engagement they display within your sessions is a testament to your creative imagination, support and enthusiasm for outdoor learning!
Thank you! Tom Milson Headteacher The Amicus Community
Below you can find our free information pack along with further links to articles and websites we have found of interest.
We are happy to come along and present at your school or organisation, arrange a face to face meeting for an informal chat about your requirements or for a more hands on approach sign up and join us for one of our Forest School taster days
Origins of Forest School