This section enables you to search our database to find your local forest school:
This directory is for connecting Forest Schools Practitioners with those looking to either develop Forest Schools provision in their setting/group, or wish for their children to attend a programme.
If you are an Archimedes/Forest Schools Education qualified Level 3 Practitioner and wish to be included in this list then please submit your information.
Please select a county from the drop down list:
Uglybugs Forest SchoolUglybugs Forest School Contact: Kim Manners
Uglybugs Forest School
Birthday parties; after-school clubs; holiday projects; corporate work/team building; consultancy and advice for new forest schools; offers activities for youth and uniform organisations
South Yorkshire,Derbyshire areas.
Also working in a Sheffield primary school delivering Forest School-type activities
Under The TreesUnder The Trees Contact: Jess
Under The Trees provides environmental education to all age groups and backgrounds.
Although based in Balerno, Edinburgh we cover all areas of Scotland. All staff are PVG checked and we have both public and employers liability.
Should you wish to ask us anything please do not hesitate to contact me.
University of Chichester Forest SchoolUniversity of Chichester Forest School Contact: Duncan Reavey
A pilot Forest School located in Seeley Copse on Goodwood Estate near Chichester. We are exploring the use of Forest Schools with university students and trainee primary teachers, and in family learning (shared experiences by child and parent).
Urban Forest SchoolUrban Forest School Contact: Katherine Milchem
Eastwood Nursery School Centre for Children and Families is the largest children’s centre in Wandsworth.
We offer forest school sessions daily in Roehampton.
Our Forest School Leaders are Level 3 trained through Bridgwater College and hold relevent first aid certificates.
Our sessions are aimed at children from 12 months-five years old. Our goal is to make natural spaces accessible to all children and to promote all areas of learning in a multi-sensory environment.
Through our sessions we aim to increase young people̢����s understanding of the importance of local and global natural environments and stainability.
To find out more about this wonderful and successful project, contact Katherine (The Forest School Co-ordinator)
or visit our website (coming soon) at http://www.urbanforestschool.co.uk
Waberthwaite Forest SchoolWaberthwaite Forest School Contact: Jacqui Merry
Waberthwaite Cof E Primary School.
We run forest school sessions for our Infant and Junior classes throughout the year.
Walsall Countryside Services ̢���� Forest Schools in WalsallWalsall Countryside Services ̢���� Forest Schools in Walsall Contact: Colin Manning
Walsall Countryside Services are part of Walsall Council delivering Forest Schools, environmental education, teacher training and craft activities across Walsall Borough. We have a team of professionals who can deliver activities to meet your requirements.
We have a number of outdoor locations across Walsall, Willenhall, Brownhills, Bloxwich, Darlaston and Aldridge.
Warwick and Leamington Home Education Group Forest SchoolWarwick and Leamington Home Education Group Forest School Contact: Keir Mitchell
Warwick and Leamington Home Education Group Forest School Programme
West End Forest Pre School EsherWest End Forest Pre School Esher Contact: Helen Goodman
West End Playgroup & Forest School runs from the surroundings of West End in Esher. For children from 2 years to 5 years old.
Wheatcroft Forest SchoolWheatcroft Forest School Contact: Paula Waller
Forest school sessions run throughout the year with children across the school. Years 1-6 are Monday afternoons, Nursery every Friday and Reception in 6 week blocks. We use woodland adjacent to the school and encourage parents to help join in the fun. We also run family days where everyone can join in.
Whole class teaching!Whole class teaching! Contact: margaret watson
Running Forest School to a Primary school – Countess Wear Community School in Exeter. I cover each teacher during their PPA time and so can meet the children throughout ks 2 every week and build on their skills. I split them into 3 or 4 groups. One group always does some kind of cooking – when weather is right they light the fire, prepare the food, cook and server it up to the class, finally tidying up and washing up! The 2nd group always does ‘Gardening’ or some kind – either weeding, planting, making new beds or picking the crops.
The 3rd / 4th group always follows some kind of curriculum area (years 5 and 6 technology key skills, years 3 and 4 science key skills – this links beautifully with forest management and making things in the forest. Each week the class rotates to a new activity. This is the way I have developed forest school here, but would love to hear how other school organise their time. As you can see my job is far from boring and I love it!
Wiggly Wild ShowWiggly Wild ShowForest School Leader Contact: Cairis Hickey
A forest school leader that can lead a series of Forest School sessions in your own school grounds. Any materials provided (including hot chocolate!).
The Wiggly Wild Show is available in SE London (Lewisham Greenwich Bexley Bromley Southwark) for any birthday parties, school workshops, primary school visits, secondary school workshops, lectures, talks, camera clubs, adverts, nurseries and pre-school visits. Whole classes in a workshop for a more valuable worthwhile educational experience, very hands on and practical workshops, and whole school assemblies where 5-7 pupils get to hold the animals but all the school is involved. If you need any lessons on minibeasts, bugs, creepy crawlies, reptiles, snakes, lizards, insects or invertebrates, please visit the website http://www.wigglywildshow.co.uk
Wild in the WoodsWild in the Woods Contact: Amy Wright
Wild in the Woods is a Forest Schools project, run by BTCV at Skelton Grange Environment Centre in South Leeds. We work with Keystage 2 children during term time and youth groups during the holidays.
6 and 12 week programmes can be tailor made to the group’s needs and includes a huge variety of exploration, creative and bushcraft activites, delivered by trained and experienced Forest School leaders. The Wild in the Woods project gives children from Leeds a positive experience in a woodland; developing new skills and improving self-esteem and emotional well-being.
For more information about the Wild in the Woods Project and Skelton Grange Environment Centre, visit:
Wild InspiredWild Inspired Contact: Neil Myers
Wild Inspired offers freelance Forest School and Bushcraft sessions from Early Years to Adults. Working with Schools, Youth Groups and Private groups in a number of Woodland sites in the Swindon Area. Wild Inspired also travels to you, even without a woodland the materials and tools are brought to you for a fun and educational session.
Qualified as a Bushcraft Practitioner and Forest School Leader Wild Inspired is also available for freelance work with other Outdoor Education Centers.
Please visit http://www.wildinspired.co.uk