Castletown House Forest School – Autumn Phase 1 2020

Join us for the return of our Castletown House Forest School on the grounds of Castletown House, Celbridge, Co.Kildare for 5 to 11 year olds, starting on Tuesday 15th September 2020.

We will be offering weekly sessions of time in nature, play, woodland crafts, den building, rope work, nature crafts, mud area, all to facilitate getting kids back to nature, in all weathers.

It will run once a week, on Tuesday afternoons, from 3.30pm – 5.30pm, in the woods beside Castletown House.

Dates: Autumn term phase 1 will run for 6 weeks from Tuesday 15th September – Tuesday 20th October 2020 up to mid term.

Time: 3.30 to 5.30 pm (children can come from 3pm if it suits with schools finishing times, we will be there)

Age: From age 5 to 11 year olds

COST: Autumn Phase 1: €120 for the 6 week programme, it can only be booked as a full programme, not as individual sessions.

Breakdown of Dates:

Phase 1: Tuesday 15th September, Tuesday 22nd September, 29th September, 6th October, 13th October, 20th October 2020.

To book a place for your child follow the link here.

A bit about Forest School:

Forest School is based around allowing children spend quality, recurring time in nature, which allows for the holistic learning and development of the child. Forest School is child-led and designed to develop the children’s relationship to themselves, each other, learning and nature in a safe way. Each child will engage with this in their own way and our aim is to support that as forest school leaders.

A bit about the facilitators:

Lucy Bell of Growing Wild has over 10 years’ experience working with children in the outdoors. We are highly experienced Forest School leaders, who have run Forest School throughout Ireland for over 5 years. We have our own Public Liability Insurance, we are garda vetted and we are Heritage in Schools Specialists.

Check out more on what we do here:

Lucy – www.growingwild.ie 

http://www.heritageinschools.ie/heritage-expert/profile/lucy-bell

With many thanks for the support from Castletown House, who have kindly allowed us to use their woodland. Check out more about Castletown House here: http://castletown.ie/