Holiday Workshops  

The next holiday workshops will be run during the Spring Half Term -30th May to 2nd June. 

The children's workshops will be run between 10 am and 2 pm, with a break for lunch.  The cost of each session will be £30 per child.  Each day will consist of two different activities throughout the morning and afternoon periods.

We have moved to an on-line booking system, and you will receive an e-mail for each booking made to confirm the booking.  The e-mail will also contain a link to your system calendar; should you wish to use it. 

The bookings page shows how many places are left for each workshop.

If the workshops are fully booked, they no longer appear on the booking page.

The Spring Half Term workshop details are shown below.

FB after the workshop indicates that it is fully booked. If fully booked, the workshop will no longer appear in the on-line booking page. 

Monday, the 30th of May: FB

Fuel foraging, fire starting, s’mores and marshmallows! Woodland and field tracking skills.


Tuesday, the 31st of May: FB

Fire and pizzas! Woodland shelter and den construction.


Wednesday 1st of June: FB

Fuel foraging, Fire starting, S’mores and marshmallows. Bow  making!


Thursday 2nd of May: FB

Fuel foraging, fire starting, Kelly Kettles and Hot chocolate! Woodland shelter and den construction!

Please try and arrive 10 minutes prior to the start of the workshop. in order that the workshops can start on time. On arrival, please park in the car park and walk up the track to our new check in booth. If your child, or any member of your family shows any sign of the virus, prior to attending, please do not attend and let us know by e-mail as soon as possible. Also, if your child shows any signs after a workshop, please let us know in order that we can contact the other parents.

Please note that for health and safety reasons, attendees must under no circumstances bring their own tools or knives to use at the Cotswold Forest School. If they are found, they will be confiscated immediately and returned to their parents.

Expect the children to get very muddy if it has been raining and either bring a change of cloths or a bin bag to put them in for the journey home! In the summer there are nettles and mosquitoes, and so it is advisable for them to wear long trousers and or insect repellent.