Forest School Learning Journey

By the end of Autumn Children in Happy Hollow will be:

  • Safely following the rules and routines in the forest
  • Using resources and exploring the forest independently
  • Beginning to talk about the forest environment.

By the end of Spring Children in Happy Hollow will be:

  • Working with others and demonstrating teamwork
  • Showing respect and using kind hands with plants, trees and minibeasts
  • Talking confidently about what they are doing

By the end of EYFS Children in Happy Hollow will be:

  • A risk taker and be resilient when exploring the forest
  • Confident when involved with forest activities
  • Knowledgeable about what they see, do and use

Forest School Learning Journey (Download)

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