Terms and Conditions, Policy documents and Free Sample Session planner and Resources
Session and Booking Policies
What should I bring to a session?
The following is recommended for everyone attending a session, seasons dependent of course!
- Woolly hat/sunhat
- Jacket/waterproof coat
- Waterproof trousers
- Spare socks/clothes as required for your child
- Stout shoes/wellies/boots
- Sun screen
You are welcome to bring snacks (but due to the possibility of allergies we ask you not to bring nuts.
Sometimes we will cook campfire treats, please make sure we are made aware of any dietary requirements.
Cancelling Your Bookings for Events:
If you need to cancel your place, please contact us as soon as possible. All cancellations are subject to a 10% admin fee. Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the event start date are chargeable in full. However, if we are able to fill your space then you will be offered a refund, minus the 10% admin fee.
Health and Safety
Our Our Outdoor learning aims to support children to develop responsibility for themselves and others. It will encourage early risk management strategies that will ensure that young children start to consider the impact of their actions on themselves and on others.
Ellie has an up-to-date certificate in ITC Outdoor First Aid and is in charge of first aid arrangement. A first aid kit is taken on all sessions.
All our Health and safety policies and procedures can be found in full in our handbook below.
All sessions are led by a trained Forest/Coastal School Leader who has also been trained in safeguarding. All our safeguardging policies are availble to view in the handbook.
Risk assessments afre conducted for each zsession, site and activity and are available on request. All staff and volunteers will have had these prior to the session starting.
All staff and volunteers have current DBS checks and first aid training.
The boundaries of the sites will be made clear to the children and they will be expected to stay within them. In the unlikely case of a child going missing, all other children will be brought back to base camp, while the second leader goes to look for the missing child. Parents will be informed.
Equality and Inclusion
During sessions all participants are treated equally. We aim to provide a secure environment in which children can flourish and in which all contributions are valued.
We run a range of different groups for different ages and abilities, from parent and baby groups up to an adult wellness group.
Sessions and the timetable are evolving all the time, so if you feel something is missing please get in touch!
- As it is outdoors, masks are not compulsory.
- Sanitiser and hand washing facilities will be available throughout the session.
- Adults will be expected to maintain social distancing, although children will not.
- And of course, please STAY at HOME if anyone in your household is showing symptoms of Covid 19.
Traed Bach Mwdlyd Handbook
See a copy of our policies and procedures handbook…
Terms and Conditions
Shop and Bookings Terms and Conditions
Sample Resource pack
A free sample resources pack and session planner …
This is the place to find the sample session plan and resource pack for free! The free ones are based around pumpkin week!
The Terms and Conditions documents for both the shop and bookings.
The Policies and Procedures handbook for Traed Bach Mwdlyd is also on this page, which is especially important for the sessions! This in depth document contains the health and safety policies and procedures, recommended clothing, learning, development, SEN, Behavioural and equal opportunities policies, risk assessment procedures, etc. This is a wroking document and is regularly reviewed and updated.
If you would like a copy emailed or have any questions please Contact Us