Wild Wellbeing: In the Mind of a Minibeast

This outdoor activity session is aimed for kids at Key Stage 2. The video can also be used as a video lesson by primary school teachers or homeschooling families.

Have you ever wondered what it is like to enter the brain of a bug? They live their tiny lives all around us, in the undergrowth. When we enter the 'Mind of a Minibeast' we can get creative, learn empathy and tell stories about the amazing living things around us.

Join James, a Forest School Leader, as he guides you through this fun activity.

Woodland Classroom are based in North Wales and deliver environmental education for schools and organisations, as well as running their own programme of exciting outdoor courses for adults and woodland holiday clubs for kids. Find out more at:

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Wild History: Journey to the Iron Age

Your school can travel back in time to the ancient past of the Iron Age Celts with our Wild History sessions which give Key Stage 2 pupils an inspiring, engaging and educational experience as they live as Celts for the day. We travel to schools across Wales and North West England. If you would like to know more about how you van get a Wild History session at your own school or event then visit

This video chronicles a magical week spent in North Wales bringing a roundhouse to life as school children took on all the many tasks needed for daily life in the village. Kids learned by doing, being fully immersed in the sights, sounds and smells of the Iron Age.

With our Wild History school sessions, the past leaps off the page and comes alive.

We also host Wild History sessions for the Viking & Saxon age.

Thanks to Follow Films for producing this beautiful video. Also thanks to the community of Rhosesmor without whom we wouldn't have been invited to take part in this week long event and work with these school children.

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