Learning with archery

The basics of archery can be quick to pick up, enabling participants to engage with the sport quickly and experience success early. Principally the equipment used - Arrows - is designed for safety and inclusion. While archery's first benefits are to be active and have fun, its secondary benefits to aid in learning should not be underestimated.

Taking aim with Arrows

Launched in September 2012, Be Wild uses 'Arrows', which has been created for primary schools to introduce young children to archery in a fun and safe way. The activities enable you to use archery as a way of encouraging learning in other areas; for example, maths through scoring, literacy through language and citizenship through cooperation and self discipline. We hope that once young people have experienced fun and active archery games at school through Arrows,they will be enthused to have a go at the traditional sport of archery.

Contact us to find out more about our archery activities and Robin Hood / Maid Marion parties

Be Wild Forest School & Nature Provision

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Based at Amerton Farm, ST18 0LA