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EYFS

Designed especially for EYFS, these sessions provide lots of opportunities for children to explore and play outdoors, get active and learn creatively.  Sessions are tailored for the age and ability of the group, and we can also adapt many of our KS1 sessions for EYFS.
 

"We loved every minute!” – Tredworth Infant School

Choose from a wide variety of sessions:

 

[NEW!] Teddy Bear’s Picnic – Now in Bear Wood!

  A classic story inspires learning about woodland animals in our brand new Bear Wood exhibit! Children take part in fun active games such as find-the-bear and then enjoy a real picnic with their teddies – and real bears nearby!  Please ask children to bring their teddies and their usual snack for the picnic.    

 

  • Explore the natural environment, describe sights and sounds, use natural resources
  • Play co-operatively, talk and share ideas, speak confidently in a group
  • Consider the needs of real bears – habitat, food, shelter, and how they survive
 

Forest School Taster

 
Explore Forest Camp and take part in a variety of activities designed to develop confidence, teamwork and physical skills.  Activities can tie into literacy using stories and fairytales you’re reading together, help develop communication, or explore the senses - just let us know your objectives!
 
  • Explore the woodland environment
  • Active games and activities
  • Develop communication and social skills

Changing Seasons

 
Book as an individual session, or enjoy two complementary sessions, exploring the changing seasons at Wild Place:  Visit us in autumn/winter to discover how wildlife survives cold weather, then return in spring as the woods and meadows come to life.  Seasonal visit discount applies.
 
  • Explore the woodlands and meadows
  • Recognise seasonal patterns and how the woods change over time
  • Develop literacy and explore different materials

 

Wild Storytime

 
Children enjoy an enchanting wildlife-themed story outdoors or in, then use it as inspiration to explore the woodland and create wild works of art or an animal habitat.

 

  • Listen to a story, anticipate key events and respond with comments, questions or actions
  • Consider similarities and differences in relation to places, objects, materials and living things
  • Use different materials including natural objects to build a structure/make art
 
 

Minibeast Detectives  (available April to July)

 
Children find out about bugs and habitats before going on a minibeast hunt.   As part of their investigation, children get to grips with using bug pots, magnifying glasses, identification charts and other essentials.
 
  • Describe features and habitats of different minibeasts
  • Use simple equipment to collect and observe minibeasts
  • Handle animals carefully

Wildly Creative

Children explore colours, patterns and textures in nature, and are inspired by the forest around them to create natural artworks and decorations.
 
  • Use a range of senses in physical activities and challenges
  • Use a range of natural materials creatively
  • Produce art work considering colour, pattern and texture
 

Stick Man (Available in November and December only)

Get festive at Wild Place this Christmas and join us for the enchanting tale of Stick Man as he journeys through the changing seasons, meet a real ‘stick’ creature, then create your own stick person!

  • Listen to a story, anticipate key events and respond with comments, questions or actions
  • Consider similarities and differences in relation to places, objects, materials and living things
  • Use different materials including natural objects to make a model Stick Man.
 


To download our Education Brochure click here

For more information or to book please email info@wildplace.org.uk or call 0117 428 5602.

 

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