Residentials- Evening activity Options
During your one hour and half, between 6 and 7:30pm, evening session have one of our experienced tutors lead you through one of our exciting activities! Either delve into the night sky - did you know The South Downs National Park is a Dark Sky Reserve? Or learn how to make a variety of traditional crafts - have you heard of a Gods Eye or Nordic Swinging? You could develop team building skills with our set of games - are your pupils up to the challenge? (Seasonal dependent)
During your evening session our story teller, Bluebird (Janet Goring), will create a safe and secure storytelling space. She will lead a wide range of stories from Traditional Tales, Fables, Myths & Legends and Fairy Tales. As well as introducing interactive storytelling and songs. Suitable for all ages in KS1 and KS2. The sessions take place around the hearth of our Woodland Hall, for one hour and half between 6:00 and 7:30pm, after your evening meal.
The Centre will provide a fire and log circle for teachers to lead their own 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.
The centre has the following seasonal resources to loan for evening activities by prior arrangement: Woodland Trail, Nature detective and ID sheets.