How to Identify Oak Trees: An Easy Way to Tell Our 2 Native Species Apart.

Our two native oak tree species can look pretty similar at first glance. Here, I how you my easy and memorable method to distinguish between the Pedunculate Oak and the Sessile Oak. This works great with kids but adults can use it too. Believe it or not, this method involves pixies 🙂

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Food Festival Workshop: Wild Cooking & Foraging

We hosted an interactive workshop and demonstration of wild food, foraging and outdoor cooking at Newtown Food Festival. The workshop was open to all ages to have a go for themselves. We cooked; hazel choc cakes, popcorn, toffee apple slices, wild teas, damper bread, smoked fish, hedgerow crumble and baked a loaf of bread in a dutch oven. Everyone had a great time. Also, Lea ran several demonstrations of how to make natural remedies from wild plants found around the site, using weeds for medicine.
We loved doing this workshop and we're available for other Food Festivals or events that would like to book our workshop and demo. Please get in touch.
email: hey@woodlandclassroom.com tel: 07876 794 098
Thanks to Newtown Food Festival for hosting us the past 2 years, we look forward to seeing you again.

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How to Eat Rosehips

We show you how to pick and eat rosehips straight from the hedge. Learn how to avoid the irritating seeds and hairs and enjoy tasty fresh fruit in winter with this simple method. Roeships make a great wild food that can be foraged right into December. This little known trick is easy once you know how.

Rosehips taste great and they're packed with vitamin c.

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Iron Age Diaries: Day 5 – Wonderous Artifacts & Making Jerky

We are travelling back in time over 2,000 years to ancient Iron Age Britain to teach school children what life was like as a Celt. Follow our adventures over a week of bringing history to life. Branwen is looking at a host of wonderous artifacts from the ancient Celtic world whilst Caradoc has been making his own smoked pork jerky over the campfire.

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Iron Age Diaries: Day 4 – Weapons & Warfare

We are travelling back in time over 2,000 years to ancient Iron Age Britain to teach school children what life was like as a Celt. Follow our adventures over a week of bringing history to life. The Celts were a warlike people and many legends are told of their great deeds in battle. Today, Caradoc is looking at the weapons, armour and combat skills of the ancient Celts.

Our Wild History sessions give kids a unique experience which bring history to life for schools, museums and events.

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Woodland Classroom offer a whole range of outdoor education service for schools. Learn more right here: