So Sussex Schools Without Walls Workshops
MONTHS OPENJanuary, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
Listed under: Art and Design | Conservation | History | Food | Making | Health & Fitness | Team Building | Outdoor Education | Ecology & Green Awareness | Crafts | Bushcraft | School Workshops | History | Environmental Studies | Viking Workshops
What are our school workshops like?
Schools Without Walls offer a range of creative and inclusive outdoor education activities with a strong focus on the environment and art.
We can design the workshop to fit your requirements.
John Muir award: we design sessions to help children achieve the Discovery Award.
Bushcraft sessions: can include traditional fire lighting techniques, building survival shelters, foraging and wild cooking, water filtering and using tools for woodcraft
Art Active …Naturally; nature-based arts and crafts: creating artwork inspired by nature
Stone Age sessions: bring history to life in your local area with a range of topics including plants, insects, nutrition, building simple structures, creating hunting bows, creating with natural pigments.
The Romans; team challenge to build a catapult (link to weaponry), foraging and salve making (Roman medicine) and mosaics/natural dyes and cooking like the Romans
Discovering Nature: bioblitz and environmental surveys, bug hunts and pond dipping
Playground development: we work with children in designing and building interactive playground structures such as geodesic domes, living and dried willow, recycled bottle green houses, pond dipping platforms and clay ovens.