Thursday 30th August 2018
10am - 3pm
Seeley Copse, Goodwood, Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 0QD
A drop off day for children aged 10 and over. (Please note that this is a drop off only day)
The fun to be had....?
"Brace for impact"....Fortnite is coming to the woods!
Your mission if you choose to take it.....
"Save The Forest"
In squads create your safe home base, complete quests through the forest to collect resources and find rewards. Craft armaments to defend your fort and gain technology points by learning new skills. We'll play team games such as "Escape The Storm" and "Capture The Zombies" before taking a break and cooking "Hop Rocks" over the fire to re-energise.
Children will have the opportunity to use tools to create natural resources to use as part of the games played and missions undertaken, learn new skills, make new friends and escape all things electronic for a day, while still getting their fix of Fortnite!
Squash and snacks will be provided. Children will need a packed lunch and extra drink.
What to bring and wear?
Please wear appropriate outdoor clothes. Long trousers and sleeves even if it is hot and sturdy outdoor footwear. Please make sure that all children have suncream and a sun hat as the sun can make it's way through the tree canopy. Children will need a packed lunch and drink, we will provide extra drinks and snacks.
£25.00 per child, includes the use of all equipment, items made to take home, snacks and drinks
Who are running the sessions and what are your ratio's?
We run our sessions to a high adult to child ratio, normally 1:5 ratio. This particular day will be run by two forest school level 3 trained leaders, both outdoor first aid certified, plus our regular volunteers, ensuring your child has enough time to learn how the skills needed for each activity available and at a pace that is suited to their individual needs. All our volunteers and forest school leaders hold current and relevant DBS certificates. These can be produced on request.
Where is Seeley Copse?
Seeley Copse is a private copse owned by Goodwood Estates, designed for educational use and forest school experiences.
What are the facilities?
We have use of basic compost toilets, running water and hand washing facilities. There is also a large free car park for numerous vehicles.
My child has food allergies
If your child has food allergies, please let us know in advance so we can discuss your childs individual needs and that we can cater for them on the day.