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A big welcome to all our families who are just starting with us and welcome back to all our current children. We hope you enjoyed your time over summer with your family and friends. Our class pages will be updated all term, please keep checking to see what your children have been up to.

Forest School

Forest School is a long term learning process that is child centred and takes place in a woodland environment. The program uses play, exploration and managed risk taking to allow children to develop socially , emotionally, spiritually, physically and intellectually.

Learning in and from the natural environment children will grow to cherish and value the world they live in and will grow into adults that appreciate the importance of sustainable management of the world's resources and the importance of protecting nature.

Having fun is an important part of these sessions and children are allowed to express themselves, to direct their own play, to learn new skills and build their self confidence and self esteem. They learn social skills through collaboration and teamwork.

It gives them new opportunities and new experiences out in nature whatever the weather.
Through research and case studies it has been shown that Forest School has many benefits to 
the child and the the school setting
- Better emotional understanding
- Improved problem solving
- Rapid increase in vocabulary and communication
- Reading, writing and maths improve
- Unwanted behaviours decrease

Play that is child led and directed has been shown to be extremely important in the development of the child's imagination and creative interests. It promotes resilience, emotional intelligence, social skills, risk management and enhances a child's ability to learn. ( Play England )
The aims of Forest School are set out by the Forest School Association and they state that all children that attend Forest School are:
• equal, unique and valuable
• competent to explore & discover
• entitled to experience appropriate risk and challenge
• entitled to choose, and to initiate and drive their own learning and development
• entitled to experience regular success
• entitled to develop positive relationships with themselves and other people
• entitled to develop a strong, positive relationship with their natural world

Forest School at St George's takes place in the ECO Area at the end of the main playground backing onto Church View.

The school site is fenced off and kept locked during the school day

Forest School 2022-2023

Forest School 2021-2022

June 28th

Ready to Go with our new Year 5 class!



Making Leaf print bandanas using the ‘Hapa Zome’ technique



Working together to build a bridge.



Working together to get the fish in the ‘Heron & Otters’ game.



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June 22 

Learning how to safely make a campfire.

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Love to learn and learn to love




St George's C of E Primary School

Diocese of ChesterChurch Street, Hyde, Cheshire SK14 1JL

Alison Oldham | School Business Manager

0161 368 2848