Residentials- Evening activity Options
During your evening session our story teller, Charlotte, will look at three different types of stories; “true” stories, “how” stories, for example How the Nettle got it Sting and then a range of “traditional” tales from around the world suitable for KS1 and KS2. Children will be asked to participate as well as be involved in small craft activity.
The sessions take place around the hearth of our Woodland Hall at 6:30pm after your evening meal.
Charlotte Comley is a professional storyteller and member of The Society for Storytelling. As a trained secondary teacher in English with a background in drama, she has experience of working with a wide range of age groups from playgroups to young offenders. Charlotte is DBS checked and registered with the General Teaching Council.
The centre will provide a fire and log circle for teachers to lead their own farewell campfire experience. Seasoned wood, a safety fire bucket, fire blanket and a pre-set kindling ready to light are all provided. Bring your own marshmallows, songs and laughter.
This session can take place outside or under cover in poor weather. A decision will be made earlier in the day ready for a start at 6:30pm.
Self - led Resources
The centre has the following seasonal resources to loan for evening activities by prior arrangement:
Self led woodland trail sheets plus nature detective and id sheets.
Torches with torch game sheet, Night Sky and Stargazing sheets.