Join us for our community activities at Beaumont Park Here are all the details for our free Forest School and community activities this October Half Term, run in partnership with Friends of Beaumont Park.  To find out more and book on any of the events, please click on the ‘register now’ buttons and follow the […]


Kirklees Forest School Network Update

October 12, 2017

Join Now and Get Your First Free CPD Session and Networking Event We’re pleased to confirm that the Network is now up and running and our first CPD event on Knotty Play will be on Monday 6th November from 9.30-12.30 at the Forest School site at Beaumont Park.  You can find out more and book […]

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Kirklees Play Strategy: Get Involved

October 6, 2017

Forest School Practitioners Needed for Focus Group Events Starting next Monday (9th October) Kirklees are running a series of Focus Groups as part of their consultation process for their new play strategy.  They are very keen for a Forest School Practitioner to be at each session as part of an expert panel who can give […]

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Book Now for Half Price Forest School Training

September 21, 2017

Learn About Forest School, Become A Heritage Woodland Champion, and Gain A Recognised Qualification. We are pleased to announce that, in partnership with Pennine Prospects, we are running a Forest School Level 1 training course in October and November in Huddersfield.  This course is being subsidised as part of the South Pennines Woodland Heritage Project […]

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Look Out for Local Young People Raising Money for Us!

July 31, 2017

A team of young people are spending some of their Summer raising money for us so that we can put on more free Forest School and community activities for children and families.  The fifteen 15 and 16 year olds are working with Nature’s Footprints on a social action project as part of their National Citizens […]

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Summer Forest School and Family Activities

July 18, 2017

Summer Fun for Everyone….. Free Forest School Sessions, Free Summer Play Day, and Family Crafternoons, plus Beaumont Park’s Gala Day This Summer, in partnership with Friends of Beaumont Park and the Huddersfield Town Foundation we’re putting on 4 weeks’ of Forest School and family activities, based in Beaumont Park and at Ashenhurst Recreation Ground, Newsome. Free Forest […]

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Kirklees Forest School Network Questionnaire – What Did You Say?

July 6, 2017

Thank you to everyone who took the time to fill in our questionnaire and give us some feedback at the Network Launch event in May.  If you didn’t manage to fill one in and would like to, you can do that here: Kirklees Forest School Network Questionnaire In the meantime, here’s a quick summary of […]

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Kirklees Forest School Network Launch – How Did It Go?

July 6, 2017

Summary of the Evening Thank you to everyone who came to our Kirklees Forest School Network launch on 10th May at Beaumont Park or who expressed an interest in finding out more.  The event went really well, with around 50 people attending (including representatives from Kirklees Council, Friends of Beaumont Park, and Pennine Prospects who came […]

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Invitation to Promote Forest School at a Summer Event in Greenhead Park

July 6, 2017

Do We Want to Promote Kirklees Forest School Network? As one of our first events as Kirklees Forest School Network, we have been invited to take part in a Charity Fete in Greenhead Park on Sunday 13th August 2017.  The event is being organised by Natural Kirklees, Friends of Greenhead Park and the Parks and Greenspaces Team […]

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Do You Need to Renew Your First Aid Certificate?

July 6, 2017

A Few Places Left for 16-Hour ITC Outdoor First Aid on 15th and 16th July 2017. Don’t forget that your First Aid certificate needs to be renewed every 3 years – and because we run accredited Forest School training and offer Outdoor First Aid as part of the package, you can always contact us to find […]

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