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Activities for Schools

Sculthorpe Moor Nature Reserve, nestled in the Wensum valley near Fakenham, is a beautiful, peaceful reserve with a rich mosaic of habitats. This accessible reserve, with boardwalks providing easy access for those with wheelchairs, provides lots of opportunities for children to engage with nature and spot some wonderful wildlife. Our activities for schools are linked to the national curriculum and provide hands-on learning experiences. You can book one of our themed workshops which provides a range of linked activities or contact us to discuss a tailor-made option.

Barn Owl Ringing Event 23 06 07We offer a comprehensive overview in our education brochure making it easy for teachers and leaders to ascertain how Sculthorpe can meet their needs! 

Outreach Activities

We offer nature-themed activities to take place in school. These can be classroom-based or involve outdoor learning carried out in the school grounds.
Our outreach activities include Birds and their homes; Discovering Habitats & Discovering Minibeasts, but please contact us to discuss your requirements as we can tailor activities to meet your particular areas of interest.

For an overview of what Key Stage 1 & 2 activities are available as well as how we can work with high schools and our bespoke activities please take a look at our digital Education brochure: View the EDUCATION BROCHURE here

Further to this more detailed information can be obtained from our Education and Activities Officer, Victoria Chamberlin
Tel: 01328 856788
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Sculthorpe Woodland Sprites

A Forest School for pre-school age children (older siblings welcome) located in Sculthorpe's hazel woodland.

The Forest School learning approach supports every aspect of a child's development, especially in the early years. Increased self-esteem and confidence, physical fitness and stamina, risk awareness, problem-solving, positive relationships, cooperation and empathy are some of the benefits that regular attendance to a Forest School can have.

Please contact Ellen Chestney for full information on the Woodland Sprites: