Kinda Forest School 2020 Openings

Our COVID19 Risk Benefit Analysis available to view here.

Kinda Forest School – JULY

We are  happy to announce that the Wednesday tribe will reopen
from this week – starting on 8th July.
We are taking bookings for a 4 week block.
Limited places due to smaller COVID19 aware group size
and our July prices reflect this smaller group numbers.

£120 for four weeks.
Sibling reductions on request.
Book ASAP by email info@kindaeducation.org
Information on how we have prepared for your return
and the procedures in place will be emailed on booking or on request.
See you in the woods!

Kinda Forest School – HOLIDAY CLUB

Four weeks in August of woodland play, crafts,
and adventure in the beautiful Kali Woods, Halesworth.
For children age 6 to 14
Tuesdays and Wednesdays
10am till 3.30pm. (9am till 10am and 3.30pm till 4 30pm available on request)
£45 for one session
£130 for 4 sessions
£240 for 8 sessions
Sibling reductions on request
Limited spaces available. High adult to child ratio to allow for quality child led learning.
Small group sizes to reflect COVID19 guidelines.
Our COVID19 risk assessment and guidelines are here

For more info please message on our Facebook page
To book email info@kindaeducation.org

See you in the woods!

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Here are some of the questions that were asked at our Wednesday Zoom.

How will toileting and handwashing be managed?
We are modifying our existing Clarissa toilet to cover the wood
with washable perspex which can be washed down each time used.
There will be a Tippy Tap outside the toilet.
An adult will go with a child to clean after each time.

Will it be food from home only?
Yes, to begin with to keep it simple, but we hope to move to
cooking by the fire. Ryan suggested brining his own cooking pot
to cook by the fire, and this is definitely possible.

How will shared resources, like tools, be managed?
They will be carefully controlled, and washed in between each use.
Each child will have their own gloves

Half day or whole day?
It would be difficult for us financially to do a half day as we could not
half half one morning and the other half the afternoon, as we cannot
share bubbles.
One family said they’d prefer a whole day for ease of aclimitization.

Why have your charges gone up?
Because we can only safely ask 10 children, with 3 facilitators.
That’s still an average of £7 an hour

How will you cope with social distancing?
Staggered arrivals, each child will have their own log marked with their name
on it. It won’t be easy, but the wood is large enough. Our games
and events will be suited for distancing.