We Have fun In NatureAt Jolly Foresters, our activities focus on fun and the process of learning rather than the end product.
From climbing trees to toasting marshmallows, we encourage our little Jolly Foresters to be in and engage with the great outdoors. Mud puddles, dirty feet, and happy hearts are what we’re all about
What to expectAs nature evolves so do our activities, no two days are the same at Jolly Foresters but you can expect your children to meet new friends and partake in activities and adventures such as:
– bush arts and crafts,
– outdoor cooking in our mud kitchen,
– nature based potion mixing,
– climbing trees in the woods,
– peeling and whittling
– Picnics in the forest
having fun with nature! Potions,
lotions, mud kitchens and
Meet our chief Jolly Forester, LeanneGrowing up in South Africa where outdoor life is the norm and having worked in Early Years Education for over 15 years, I am passionate about bringing a love for the outdoors to children. I am a qualified Level 3 Forest School Leader as well as a hands-on Early Years Head Teacher. I work with a team of outdoor educators who share my passion for the outdoors and we look forward to welcoming your children to Jolly Foresters.
HEAR FROM OUR JOLLY FORESTERS
what age can my child start attending Jolly Foresters?
Our Saturday stay and play session is for ages 18 months – 6 years where the parent stays with the child and engages in activities together.
What do I need to bring to Holiday Club?
In the summer months they should still bring water proof clothing in but most importantly they should be wearing long sleeves and trousers as we encourage tree climbing, playing in the mud and walking through dense woodland at times.
Do you accept childcare vouchers?
Do staff hold a DBS certificate?
Is there a first aider on site?
What is the ratio of adults to children?
Can I come with my child on the first session?
are you affiliated with any organisations?
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