Our second booking with the Woodland Classroom team has just been confirmed for a day of woodland fun and games during the Christmas holiday period. We look forward to even more of their great energy coming to the site. Tickets for their events sell out pretty quickly so we strongly advise booking early. For more information and details on the event please read on
A chance for parents to get some shopping and wrapping done while the kids are having fun. The schools have broken up and the kids are kicking their heels in the run up to Christmas Day. So, they could join us for this special festive themed day of activities in the wintery woods, open to children aged 6-12 years.
There will be outdoor games, woodland crafts to take home and a warm campfire with festive goodies for all including hot chocolate and mince pies. We’ll also be singing a few carols around the fire. Places are limited, so book early to avoid missing out.
Get in touch if you’d like to know more. Advance booking is essential as this event filled up quickly last year. Phone James, 07876 794098 or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets are just £27 per child and we’re offering discount places of £24 for each additional sibling.
Parents don’t stay with their children during this event. Our outdoor activity days are all supervised by trained and experienced staff… that’s us. If your child has special needs that you feel would require a parent or guardian to stay with them for the day though, we would advise getting in touch with us in advance of making a booking and we’ll see what we can arrange. We like to be as inclusive as we can.
HOW TO GET TICKETS
Tickets can only be purchased through the woodlandclassroom.com website. There is a link at the bottom of this page which will take you straight to the event page.
Activities are based around our forest school camp circle. There is also a good shelter available should the weather be a bit too wintery.
“The holly and the ivy, when they are both full grown, of all the trees that are in the wood, the holly bears the crown.”