Frogmore Grange, Frog lane, Balsall Common CV7 7FP
Thank you all for everything. I couldn’t imagine ever leaving my two with anyone else. Jaxon enjoys getting all his gear on to come and after collecting him, he chats away all the way home and is such a happy boy.
Beatle Woods is a magical place and I am so grateful that you are here, and Jaxon and Coco can have a truly happy learning experience. I’m so looking forward to watching them develop throughout their young lives in these unique surroundings.
Nyree & Family
We are so grateful our son has the opportunity to attend Beatle Woods. He thrives in this very special setting where he is able to learn naturally in a safe woodland environment and to be physically active and challenged. Since he started in September, we have seen a huge improvement in his confidence, social skills, self-esteem and physical development.
Our son’s interest, love and curiosity of the natural world has been gently nurtured and encouraged. The children are given the opportunity to explore their environment, to discover the world around them and express their creative side using natural resources. Each day is so different and is shaped by the weather, season and choices of the children. Our son learns so much through this natural play which fuels his imagination and he loves to share his adventures and discoveries with us at the end of each day.
The Beatle Woods team are passionate and professional, their knowledge and experience provide a fun and rich experience. The staff have built a strong supportive relationship with our son and our family and show genuine love and care for their work and the children. We are so grateful for all that they have done for our son and the huge positive impact they have had on his early development.
Jemma and Liam
My son has been attending Beatle Woods since September 2017, when the forest school opened. lt has been a fantastic experience for him and he has gained so much from spending time in this environment. The children get to experience and understand the changing of the seasons and what happens to the environment around them.
The children form bonds as they explore, and problem solve. They use the environment around them
as the backdrop for imaginative play. There are many ‘carrot mud pies’, jungle treks and dinosaur adventures to be had in the woods. lt is fantastic to see how the staff teach in the moment and make the most of the learning opportunities as the children explore at their own pace.
Asking my son what he likes best about Beatle Woods, sums up the fulfilment of one of the most basic childhood pleasures, ‘jumping in muddy puddles’. Come rain or shine the children are making the most of what is around them, building confidence and resilience and importantly developing positive attitudes to the outdoors and the environment which will stay with them throughout their lives.