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What People Say...
‘We have had a fantastic day under the care of Richard and Grace. They are both very skilled at using the outdoors to teach across the curriculum within the safety of a large enclosed area. This trip has provided a very rich experience and one we will never forget. The Classroom has such a relaxed and welcoming environment that allows teacher and child to bond’
– Queen Mary Avenue Infant & Nursery School
‘I absolutely cannot recommend this amazing resource enough. Richard’s knowledge and enthusiasm coupled with Grace’s hospitality and helpfulness make this location second to none in educational visits’
– Barton St Peter’s CoE Primary School
‘Our day was planned to perfection and I can’t wait to start work inspired by the day tomorrow back in school’
– Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Primary School
'The Owl regurgitation, which in my opinion was disgusting but very interesting at the same time will live long in my memory. My group found two shrews and a mouse.’
– Bradley, Thrunscoe Primary Academy
'My Year 2 class and I had a fabulous day today at The Classroom in the Woods. Our topic is The Enchanted Forest and Mr D made sure that all the children went home believing that there was magic in those woods. They all enjoyed being outside all day, worked well together in teams and learnt a lot about the local land, farming and habitats.Thank you'
- Queen Mary Avenue Infant & Nursery School
'My favourite part was building animals homes. I was worn out and fell asleep on the bus'
– Bursar Primary Academy
‘You were helpful, enthusiastic, and most importantly adventurous. This sense of adventure took us on a journey, learning every step of the way'
– Stanford Junior and Infant School
'I also enjoyed the food chain activity in the woods because you had to run away from people and try not to get eaten. The day was wonderful, I will remember this forever'
- Thrunscoe Primary Academy
'I particularly liked seeing the river creatures. I actually thought searching for bugs was disgusting, but it wasn't, it was fun.’
– Jenna, Elliston Primary Academy
‘The project we are studying was covered completely in beautiful surroundings. The children have taken lots from this visit and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this venue to other schools’
– Yarborough Academy
'I am writing to say a massive thank you to you both for sharing your fabulous knowledge about wildlife in the woods. Me and my friends thought that it was the best trip of our life time.’
– Middle Rasen Primary School
‘It was interesting when we learned that rapeseed turns into McDonalds chips'
– Marfleet Primary School, Hull
‘Thank you for such a fantastic visit! The children loved it and didn’t want to leave. They learnt lots about the Stone Age and loved having a practical environment to learn in. Grace and Richard made us all feel so welcome’
– Theddlethorpe Primary Academy