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More Children's University activities with the Forestry Commission

When you have completed the 'Discover Your Forest' sheet, you can earn more hours for your passport by doing some of the following activities in a Forestry Commission woodland near you:

Seasonal Activities

Have a go at our seasonal challenges - 10 challenges for each season.

Spring challenges

Summer challenges

Autumn challenges

Winter challenges

To acquire the stamp for your passport, write up to 250 words about the challenges you did, which forests you visited, what you enjoyed and what you learned, and send your work to use via email. This is worth up to three hours depending on how many challenges you have completed.

We understand that not all children are able‎ to complete written work; where necessary, the child may give verbal answers which are noted by a parent or teacher and sent with an accompanying comment.  Alternatively parents or teachers may wish to discuss submitting a different piece of evidence, if so please get in touch

Climate Change Activities

For two CU hours, complete the Climate Change activity sheet at any Forestry Commission woodland, then make a poster to explain why trees and forests are important in the battle against climate change. Scan or photograph your poster and send it to us via email

Last updated: 31st July 2017

England's Woods and Forests are cared for by Forest Enterprise England, an agency of the Forestry Commission.