Battrecycle Launch First Forest School

Friday, July 5, 2024
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Collage of photos. Forest School sign, Child looking at the bug hotel.

Battrecycle worked with Yorkshire Children’s Charity and Wastecare Environmental Trust to build an outdoor learning space for Sherburn Hungate Primary School.


The children of SHP often struggle to go to safe green spaces in their personal lives due to the deprived area around them. The addition of the Forest School will allow the children to have access to a suitable outdoor space which the teachers will use for lessons and activities.


In this space the children will be able learn about the different types of minibeasts and the ecosystems around them. The Forest School includes:

·        Accessible walkways

·        A sheltered seating area with a fire pit

·        Sensory pathways

·        A mud kitchen

·        A den building area

·        Planting areas


We’re thrilled with the outcome of the Forest School and the impact it has had on the community already. This wouldn’t have been possible without the support of Yorkshire Children’s Charity and Wastecare Environmental Trust.


You can keep up to date with future projects on our website and social channels!


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