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THROUGH A TEACHER'S EYES

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SEE GOODLEAF TREE CLIMBING THROUGH THE EYES OF A TEACHER

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... Through a Teacher's Eyes

... Through a Teacher's Eyes

An interactive familiarisation guide to Goodleaf Tree Climbing - through the eyes of a teacher. All the supporting information you'll need, prepared by experts.

Confidently plan school & group visits to Goodleaf Tree Climbing even if you've never been before!

Scroll down to find an interactive site plan highlighting the most important educational aspects of Goodleaf Tree Climbing, reviews of Goodleaf Tree Climbing by experienced teachers and a list of teaching resources available here. You'll also find documents such as a sample risk assessment and other useful guides, including our detailed On The Day procedure.

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Interactive Site Plan

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Clickable Site Plan with video, photos and helpful information

The next best thing to undertaking your own pre-visit! Our experts have toured Goodleaf Tree Climbing and have presented it "Through a Teacher's Eyes" so that you don't have to.

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Teacher's Resource Map - Upper Key Stage 2

Find out which are the most appropriate areas of Goodleaf Tree Climbing for your group, and see which of our learning resources apply best.

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Working with others 

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Orienteering challenge

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Biology 

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Tree identification and creation of dichotomous keys

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Analysing text and understanding instructions

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Creativity in Art & Design 

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An artistic response to Appley Park and its trees


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Useful Documents

Everything you need to help you plan a school trip to Goodleaf Tree Climbing. Click to download any document as a PDF.

The following documents should prove useful to those planning a group visit to Goodleaf Tree Climbing

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Venue Risk Assessment
Goodleaf Tree Climbing sample risk assessment

Access Statement
Goodleaf Tree Climbing access statement

Venue Overview
Goodleaf Tree Climbing venue overview

"On The Day" Procedure
Goodleaf Tree Climbing on the day procedure for school groups

Health & Safety Guide



A Teacher's Perspective...

We asked a teacher who visited Goodleaf Tree Climbing recently to share some insights about their experience.

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By Woolhampton Primary School |

Goodleaf is a wonderful experience for children. Each year we are amazed at the boost to the children's self esteem when they experience the thrill of reaching the canopy. We love the fact that it's not always the children who are best at things who achieve the most.





Frequently-Asked Questions (FAQs)

FAQs about Goodleaf Tree Climbing

This section shows commonly asked questions with comprehensive answers.

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Q: DO I NEED ANY SPECIAL EQUIPMENT TO CLIMB TREES WITH GOODLEAF?
A: No! All the equipment you need will be provided. You need to let us know of any special needs in advance so that we can advise and prepare, but on the day all you need to bring are sturdy footwear (no open toes), long sleeves and long trousers to lessen the chance of abrasion injuries.

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