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School Workshops - Learning Through Nature

School Workshops - Learning Through Nature



STUNNING STARTS & FANTASTIC FINISHES TO THE TERM (or just some sparkle in the middle)


What's popular?

- Vikings & Crusaders - Viking Alphabet - Runestones - Kubb - Clans - Tribal Markings

- Stone Age to Iron Age & Celtic - Tool making - Fire Lighting - Cave Dwelling - Settlements -Wattle & Daub wall construction

- Survival & Castaway - Fire Lighting - Paracord Use - Teamwork - Shelter Build - Habitats - Tracking & Stalking

- Sports, Physical Education & Adventure - Quidditch (Harry Potter) - Circus Skills - Air Toys - Ninja Warrior Assault Course - Nerf - Team Games -  Catapult Making/Aiming/Firing - Wide Games - Team Build Challenges - Scavenger Hunts - Tactical Play - Build skills in leadership, teamwork, coordingation, perseverance, competitive play & non-competitive play

Other themes

- Muddy Maths
- Life Cycles
- Senses
- Outdoor Structure Build 
- Bushcraft shelter making, den building, etc.
- Friendship & Team-Building Games Sessions - A great session to start the term, introducing and playing the games and then leaving the children with clear ideas to build on throughout their time at the school. We have heard that these sessions kick started new friendships and dynamics in the playground and the games continue to be played
- Nurture session (SEN pupils) Working with a small group of children with additional behaviour and learning needs in a green space setting during the school day to provide outdoor learning sessions to compliment the school topics and help support the development of the group. Hove Junior School Nurture Session Case Study.

Please talk to us about other topics you're interested in us running a workshop for.

Where? Either on school grounds or in local green spaces

We’re keen to share our experiences and progress with you, and we welcome feedback at every opportunity. We know we have the ability and format to inspire and help children achieve great things!

Read about Balfour Primary School's 'Let's Go Green' workshop