You will need to have completed a medical consent form before leaving your child
Older siblings are welcome, but please ensure that they have a ticket
Your child will get muddy.
Please note that you do not need to pay entrance to the Arboretum to attend session run by the World Outside, but attendance to activities run by the World Outside does not allow access to the arboretum
No skirts, open toes shoes/sandals, flip flops or crocs or flammable clothing. Anyone with unsuitable clothing or foot wear or clothing may be excluded from taking part.
We meet in front of the Visitors Centre. (Post code DY11 5TB) Please ensure that you arrive 10 minutes before start of the session as we will be heading to the forest school area promptly to ensure that the we have adequate time to enjoy the activities planned.
PHOTOGRAPHS WILL BE TAKEN DURING THIS SESSION - If you do not wish photographs of your child to be used for publicity purposes (names are never published) please inform the forest school leader at the start of the session as this is no problem.
For further information on times, activities and prices, or if you are struggling to book, please contact Sandra on [email protected] or 07765394456
Unfortunately this year we are unable to offer our Wildermess Explorer sessions due to the Covid 19 Regulations.
However we are able to offer bespoke sessions for groups of 6, including your forest school leader . The cost for a 2 hour bespoke session is £65. For more information please email [email protected] for more information
COVID 19 Procedures
If any of the participants are feeling unwell, they will not be able to attend.
These sessions may be cancelled at short notice if the Lockdown regulations are tightened
The session may be cancelled at very short notice if for any reason the forest school leader feels unwell
Hand washing will be available on the forest school site in the form of a Tippy Tap
The current social distancing recommendations are no less than 1 metre, preferably 2 meters where possible, however due to the nature of children, it is accepted that they will struggle to social distance at all times. The particpants will be encouraged to keep at least 1 metre apart, but there will be situations when during the course of playing this 1 metre distance will be breached. In these situations the risk is perceived to be low, as the breach will only be for short period of time due to the nature of children's play and the air currents that occur in an outdoor situation.
For this reason please do not send your child if they live with anyone who is shielding or in the vulnerable category within their family bubble, as it is recommended that they do not attend
The World Outside Covid 19 risk assessment is constantly being reviewed and these conditions may change or be altered as situations arise or come to light