Stonebury News

Halloween Spooktacular & Hullabaloo

CLICK TO BOOK! This 27th & 31st of October, come to our wonderful woodland near Warmley to celebrate Halloween with a whole lot of outdoor based entertainment for your kids! The Spooktacular on the 27th is suitable for all kids up to age 11 and the Hulabaloo is a non-scary celebration designed just for toddlers.

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Stonebury Social Solutions

Exploring global environmental issues using practical problem solving & critical thinking skills … Based on the American models of Future Problem Solving and Action-Based Problem Solving, Stonebury Social Solutions days will given children a space to explore global environmental issues using techniques and strategies designed to help them evaluate and understand their own thinking processes.

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Bushcraft for Beginners

CLICK TO BOOK! Would you like to help your little one to find their inner-Bear Grylls? Does bushcraft sound amazing, but frankly a bit daunting? Don’t think you’ve got enough camouflage to go on a weekend in the outback? Then Stonebury Learning’s summer series, “Bushcraft for Beginners” is just the thing for you! Aimed at

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Easter Egg Hunt & Woodland Adventure 13 April 2017

CLICK TO BOOK! MORNING SESSION NOW SOLD OUT – AFTERNOON SESSION NOW BOOKING 1:00-3:00 By popular demand, on the 13th of April, Stonebury Learning Forest Schools will be offering a chance for you to get out into the trees and enjoy the beautiful woodland whilst getting into the spirit of Easter! Follow our bunny trail

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Halloween Hullabaloo – Toddlers Only Halloween Adventure

CLICK TO BOOK! SOLD OUT!This 31st of October, come to our wonderful woodland near Warmley to celebrate Halloween with a whole lot of outdoor, non-scary, non-sweetie based entertainment for your little ones! They can come in their scariest costumes, they can celebrate the day in our beautiful woodland and they can have a whole lot

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Back to nature

There’s something truly special and magical about our little slice of heaven. Despite children running away and the occasional stick fight, today this band of 20-some kids played hard all day – no toys – just a pair of secateurs, some string and the great wild world. Obviously now that the mud has dried and

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Easter Egg Hunt & Woodland Adventure Day

NOW SOLD OUT!By popular demand, on the 25th of March, Stonebury Forest Schools will be offering TWO chances for you to get out on Good Friday and enjoy the beautiful woodland whilst getting into the spirit of Easter! Follow our bunny trail through the woods (and learn some fascinating facts about rabbits as you go!),

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The Stonebury Way

I’ve had a lot of you asking what we’re going to do and how we’re going to do it.  The documents are slowly being added to the website under the Small School link, but for those of you who’d like your news delivered to your front door, here’s a little light reading which will talk

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An historical perspective on alternative education

We can think of ourselves not as teachers but as gardeners. A gardener does not grow flowers; he tries to give them what he thinks they need and they grow by themselves. ~ Holt Educationalists have a bad name.  These days, economic advancement is the key driver in determining educational theory, despite the generations of

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Candlelight in the Woods

Have you started feeling festive yet?  Thinking about something special that you can do with the family this holiday season?  Why not come along to our magical winter family day where the children can play and enjoy the woods as the sun sets and grown ups can keep warm by the fire with a mince

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