Classes 2020 - 2021

10-Week Sessions

Registration begins March 2,  9:00 am.

Please see the Registration page for all forms and information on how to register.

Chickadees

Wednesday 1:00 - 3:30
Ages 3-5
Teacher: Jessie
Number of children: 6
* FULL - wait list only *

Being introduced to the core routines of Forest School and becoming comfortable in the outdoor space are two of the main goals of the Chickadees class.  Building on the many fantastic discoveries of the children leads to adventure, knowledge and increased resiliency.

$27.50/class

Grey Squirrels

Tuesdays 1:00 - 3:30
Ages 4-6
Teacher: Jessie
Number of Children: 6
* FULL - wait list only *

Using the core routines as a guide, the Squirrels class use their growing bodies to discover new uses for tools, become more comfortable in the outdoor space, and grow in their own confidence of their abilities.  Fire is explored in more depth, and knots, shelters and nature arts become more advanced.

$27.50/class

Red Squirrels

Fridays 9:00 - 11:30
Ages: 4 - 6
Teacher: Jessie
Number of Children: 6
* FULL - wait list only *

Using the core routines as a guide, the Squirrels class use their growing bodies to discover new uses for tools, become more comfortable in the outdoor space, and grow in their own confidence of their abilities.  Fire is explored in more depth, and knots, shelters and nature arts become more advanced. 

$27.50/class

Rabbits

Tuesdays 9:00 - 12:00
Grades 1-3
Teacher: Lea
Number of Children: 10
* FULL - wait list only *

The Rabbits experience physical literacy through hiking, snowshoeing and nutritious movement.  They become independent in their fire skills and delve into carving and creating with tools.  Leading with their questions, the teachers help the children explore their interests with supporting materials, hands-on experience, guest experts and field trips.

$33/class

Burrowing Owls

Wednesday 9:00 - 12:00
Grades 4 and up
Teacher: Lea
Number of Children: 10

The Owls take their skills to a whole new level through experiential learning and community building.  Self-discovery is key to being in community, and the Owls stretch themselves to build their emotional intelligence and team skills.  Carving and wood working, cooking with fire, problem solving through projects, hikes and snowshoeing - these activities foster both independence and reliance on each other.  The Owls learn to assess risks and trust their instincts, and of course, have a lot of fun!  

$33/class

Owls

Thursdays 9:30 - 3:30
Grades 4 and up
Teachers: Lea and Jessie
Number of Children: 10
* FULL - wait list only *

The Owls take their skills to a whole new level through experiential learning and community building.  Self-discovery is key to being in community, and the Owls stretch themselves to build their emotional intelligence and team skills.  Carving and wood working, cooking with fire, problem solving through projects, hikes and snowshoeing - these activities foster both independence and reliance on each other.  The Owls learn to assess risks and trust their instincts, and of course, have a lot of fun!

$45/class

 

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