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Hands-on Educational club

These clubs are created to support learning about rainforests, conservation and exotic animals of the jungle age 6 +.


The Jungle Hut clubs provides home educated children an insightful and fun introduction and understanding of the importance of the exotic animals and their habitats. 


The next session are now open for bookings.

The Jungle Hut is buzzing with excitement as it prepares to kick off its new Home Education term on Wednesday, 10th April. Aptly named

"Let's Walk The Amazon,"

inspired by Ed Stafford’s 2 and a half year perilous journey. This term promises an immersive journey through the heart of the dense rainforest. Students are set to explore the challenges, marvel at the unique wildlife, and experience life with a tribe, offering an unparalleled educational adventure. We’ll build dens, try foods eaten by indigenous tribes, and end our term with each child receiving a certificate to commemorate us purchasing a piece of the rainforest forever!

Learning Objectives:

  • Geography and Navigation Skills:

    • Students will actively participate in planning a virtual route for their journey through the Amazon rainforest.

    • They will learn to read maps, use compasses, and navigate the challenging terrain, enhancing their geography and navigation skills.

  • Ecology and Biodiversity:

    • Witnessing the diverse ecosystems within the Amazon, students will gain insights into the delicate balance of flora and fauna.

    • Through interactive sessions, they will learn about the importance of preserving biodiversity and the role of the rainforest in global ecological systems.

  • Cultural Understanding:

    • Living like a tribe will provide students with a unique opportunity to understand and appreciate indigenous cultures.

    • They will participate in tribal activities, learn about traditional practices, and gain a deeper respect for the rich cultural heritage of Amazonian communities.

  • Wildlife Education:

    • Experts will guide students in identifying various species of flora and fauna, emphasising the importance of conservation efforts.

    • Learning about the Amazon's unique wildlife, students will understand the interconnectedness of species and the significance of preserving their habitats.

  • Survival Skills:

    • As part of the immersive experience, students will acquire basic survival skills necessary for life in the rainforest.

    • They will learn to build shelters, source food and water sustainably, and adapt to the challenges posed by the Amazon environment.

  • Environmental Awareness:

    • The term aims to install a sense of environmental responsibility in students.

    • Through hands-on activities and discussions, they will explore the impact of deforestation, climate change, and human activities on the Amazon rainforest.

  • Teamwork and Leadership:

    • The journey through the dense rainforest will encourage teamwork and collaboration among students.

    • Engaging in group tasks and challenges, they will develop leadership skills and learn the importance of effective communication in a team setting.

Why Choose This Term?

Choosing the "Let's Walk The Amazon" term for your child's education at Jungle Hut offers a myriad of benefits that extend beyond traditional classroom learning. Here are some compelling reasons why this term could be an enriching experience for your child:

  • Hands-On Learning,

  • Multidisciplinary Learning,

  • Cultural Immersion,

  • Environmental Awareness,

  • Practical Survival Skills,

  • Social and Emotional Development,

  • Memorable Experiences,

  • Global Perspective,

  • Educational Adventure,

Additionally, we are excited about the possibility of having a guest speaker join us via video call during one of the sessions. We are currently in communication and awaiting confirmation. The potential guest speaker, an expert in Amazonian ecology, a member of an indigenous tribe or a charity talking about the work they are doing to protect this amazing habitat, providing valuable insights to enhance the students' understanding of the rainforest, its challenges, and its rich cultural tapestry. Stay tuned for updates as we work towards securing this enriching opportunity for our students.



(You can still book your child with any other date if you can not

attend the Friday am session.)

Starting 10th April - finishing 10th May

We have a highly engaging, educational and enriching programme for the next 5 week workshop,

All our sessions involve hands-on interaction with our animal ambassadors (including snakes, lizards, monitors and amphibians) under the careful supervision of our dedicated Jungle Hut team. At times we also include educational activities in the sessions and children create their own work folder.

Any questions please message us.

Book via the tab below and we look forward to a new term and lots of fun!

This is a 5 week term time session starting on


Wednesday 10th April - 11am - 12.30pm

Wednesday  17th April - 11am - 12.30pm

Wednesday 24th April - 11am - 12.30pm

Wednesday 1st May - 11am - 12.30pm

Wednesday 8th May  - 11am - 12.30pm




Thursday 11th April - 11am - 12.30pm

Thursday 18th April - 11am - 12.30pm

Thursday 25th April - 11am - 12.30pm

Thursday 2nd May - 11am - 12.30pm

Thursday 9th May - 11am - 12.30pm



Thursday 11th April - 2pm - 3.30pm

Thursday 18th April - 2pm - 3.30pm

Thursday 25th April - 2pm - 3.30pm

Thursday 2nd May - 2pm - 3.30pm

Thursday 9th May   - 2pm - 3.30pm



(This group is 11yrs +)

Friday 12th April - 11am - 12.30pm

Friday 19th April - 11am - 12.30pm

Friday 26th April - 11am - 12.30pm

Friday 3rd May - 11am - 12.30pm

Friday 10th May - 11am - 12.30pm




Friday 13th April  - 1.30pm - 3.00pm

Friday 19th April - 1.30pm - 3.00pm

Friday 26th April - 1.30pm - 3.00pm

Friday 3rd May - 1.30pm - 3.00pm

Friday 10th May - 1.30pm - 3.00pm


with each session lasting 1hr 30 minutes.

Sessions are priced at £9 each child which includes all educational materials, a folder that will be presented to each child at the end of the 5 weeks with their work in, and food and drinks on the last session for our traditional party and presentation session.


Sessions are to be paid in advance (5 x £9 = £45per child)

Payment is non-refundable unless cancelled by The Jungle Hut .

This is a Drop off and Pick up session 

NEW FOR 2023:

We ask that our session are a drop off and pick up, as we would require the full use of the jungle hut for this term, but the tearoom facing the jungle hut is open so you will be more than welcome to to get a rest and enjoy an hour an half with a coffee and a cake, or there is some lovely places to visit while the session is in swing.


During the session there is other lovely places to visit just walking distance from the jungle hut..

The Earlswood Lakes: Enjoy this 6.8-km circular trail just over from The Jungle Hut. Generally considered an easy route, it takes an average of 1 h 46 min to complete. This is a very popular area for birding, fishing, and hiking, so you'll likely encounter other people while exploring.

The Red Lion Pub: Traditional inn offering a relaxed atmosphere for classic pub fare, cask ales and wines, plus fires. A DOG FRIENDLY PUB. 

Ambleside Bistro and Garden Centre:Breakfast, Lunch, Afternoon Tea, Ice Cream, Coffee, Tea and

Cake, plus non alcoholic bar.

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Once you have booked your space, can we ask that you come back to this page and fill out our

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