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Programs

Registration for our 2023 programs is now closed.
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Forest School Sessions

Our Forest School sessions run for 6 weeks, with children attending once a week. These sessions are meant to compliment conventional learning by supporting children in developing the tools they need to succeed in the classroom. Sessions run in Victoria Park.

Summer Camps

Our summer camps run on a weekly basis, with children attending Monday to Friday. They're a great way to connect, discover, and grow in a short period of time. They're also an excellent way to prepare for our regular sessions by introducing you and your child to Forest School. Camps run in Victoria Park.

Registration Process

Registration is on a first come first served basis and space in our programs is limited so you are encouraged to register early! If you have any questions please reach out.

Before You Register

Prior to registering for our programs, please read through our program pages and program handbook, to ensure you are registering your child for the right program(s).

 

After You Register

You will receive an email notification when your registration has been confirmed. Fees are due upon registration and can be sent via e-transfer to thetruroforestschool@gmail.com

Refund Policy

Refunds of $50.00 (non-refundable deposit) less than the registration fee can be given if they are requested 28 days or more before the session start date. We reserve the right to withhold all funds 28 days or less before the program start date as well as during the program.

Because space in our programs is limited, you will not be refunded during the session for days your child does not attend.

Refunds are not issued for weather-related closures, but we will do our best to accommodate a make-up session.

 

Full refunds will be given if we need to cancel a program due to insufficient registration.

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"Passion is lifted from the Earth itself by the muddy hands of the young. It travels along grass-stained sleeves to the heart. If we are going to save environmentalism and the environment, we must also save an endangered indicator species: the child in nature."

 

Richard Louv

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