Early Years and KS1

Get out into the wild at Leigh Woods – and learn at the same time!  

All of these programmes are available as half day sessions: 9.30am – 11.45am or 12.45am – 3pm)

red-squirrel-570936_1280wild-flowers-1144092_1280If You Go Down to the Woods Today…

An exciting series of activities to help children learn why trees are so important- to humans and many other animals. Follow the hidden trail and discover why many plants and animals make their home in Leigh Woods.  Then make a pot out of newspaper and plant a seed or nut to take back to school and watch it grow.  If You Go Down to the Woods Today… info

ladybirdcc snail-405384_1280Big Forest Bug Hunt

The forest is home to very many plants and animals. In this introduction to habitats and food chains, discover what jobs the mini-beasts do in the woods, where they like to live (micro-habitats) and what they like to eat – or what eats them! Big Forest Bug Hunt KS1 info

Writing the Woodland

First, we follow the dormouse’s story as we travel from tree to tree. Then, by becoming part of a ‘living tree’ and using the objects they find around them, children conjure up characters and ideas to create and perform their own narratives.  Writing the Woodland info


IMG_2950 (2)Woodland Wonders

Many city children rarely get the opportunity to experience a truly wild woodland habitat. This programme immerses them in the nature of Leigh Woods through a wide range of sensory games and activities, enabling them to return to school armed with new ideas, new vocabulary and a deeper understanding of the natural world. Woodland Wonders info




Cost : Half day – £4.80 (+VAT) per child, with accompanying adults free of charge

To check availability or to book, contact info@mygreenworld.co.uk


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