Forest School

12noon - 2pm

Every Tuesday

Snidley moor, frodsham

Lumb Brook Valley, appleton

new moss wood, cadishead

gorse covert mounds, birchwood

We run forest school on a rotation. The first Tuesday is Frodsham Forest School, followed by Appleton Forest school, Salford Forest School and for the 4th Tuesday Birchwood Forest School. Check our events to see what's on near you.

Join us for child led forest school activities centred around our base camp.

 Hammocks are a regular base camp activity for rest or play.

Hammocks are a regular base camp activity for rest or play.

I take my 18 month old to Forest School and she loves it. The activities are really well thought out and every age is catered for. We really love going and she gets so excited when we go! I’ve noticed her development has really improved since we’ve been going. She’s so much more confident in herself too.
— Naomi

For just £6 per child we offer  chance to meet other children and toddler's in a beautiful semi-ancient wood maintained by the Woodland Trust. We run a range of activities which change from week to week and have included tool work, conservation, fairy tales, exploring, studying nature, games, learning about sounds, bushcraft, seasonal events such as wreath making for Christmas and spooky spider webs for halloween. Our base camp has lots of activities too such as hammocks, water play with gutters, and a safety net to climb on. At some point we build a campfire and light it to give our customers the chance to cook some food such as sausages on sticks or marshmallows. We have hot/cold drinks and a loo for your comfort too. See our prices & T&Cs for more info.

Want your own private forest school session or programme for a group of friends? This may work out cheaper and can be bespoke for what you're after. If so then get in touch.

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 Try climbing our safety net

Try climbing our safety net

 When its warm we bring guttering to make water chutes in the stream.

When its warm we bring guttering to make water chutes in the stream.

 Children learn safety rules and to assess risks. Here a child is learning to use a tool safely to help make a hazel hurdle.

Children learn safety rules and to assess risks. Here a child is learning to use a tool safely to help make a hazel hurdle.

* See Fairy Forest School on Facebook to see upcoming events. Its rare that events are cancelled for things like bad weather but check first if in doubt.

 We have a 'Leave No Trace' campfire which you can cook on

We have a 'Leave No Trace' campfire which you can cook on

 In the stream collecting water. Wellies and waterproofs a good idea!

In the stream collecting water. Wellies and waterproofs a good idea!

 Our spooky spider web for halloween.

Our spooky spider web for halloween.