Forest School

Forest School

Q. Why do we have a Mud Kitchen and Forest School 

A. Children will understand about managing their own risk, how to communicate with each other, develop fine motor skills, understand their own emotional intelligence and it helps them understand how to work in a team. 

It encourages brain and neural development, inspires creativity and imagination and improves health and well-being. The list is endless of the positive effects of outdoor learning. 

“Children exposed to nature score higher on concentration and self-discipline; improve awareness, reasoning and observational skills; did better in reading, writing, science and social studies; were better at working in teams; and showed improved behaviour overall. Sigman, A (2007)