We're missing our tribes!
It was the day of the sword, of making swords and daggers and sheaths made out of leather and safety pins, of democratic judging. It was the day of Hexagon is Bestagons, led by the Magpie and extrapolated by Lemon. The day of chocolate apples, leek and potato soup. It was the last day of… Continue reading December Last day of term – Swords and competitions
A glorious day, of PIZZA (thank you Sam) and worms (thank you earth), and finding the hollow Ash, the biggest puddle. A huge thanks to Sheryl, who now leaves us to venture up north to a new life. It's been a blast. Thank you Sam for supplying delicious dough and topping for the day
Monday parent and toddler tribe in the woods. Enjoying Autumn and all that it brings
Zip wires, deer parks, theatre shows, barefoot artists, buns, climbing nets and mud... Another wonderful
Hammocks, swings, hanging off benders was the order of the day. While Tree creeper (and Blake actually saw a tree creeper today, Vulpus, Vulpus and Scar Wolf hatched plans around Jupiter for Oasis. Jungle Jodie among many others swung on Blake's amazing swing The Way of the Wolf J, potential architect extraordinaire, prepared his architectural… Continue reading KFS Wednesday Nov 20
TTreecreeper evolved Oasis into Monks of the Zodiac, and Lupus Lupus was full of himself partly like many delighted to find banana cake and tuna salad at ABanana's Kinda Village Restaurant. Some made war and whittled swords, and others joined the war to end the war. Two by the fire waxed leaves and all sorts,… Continue reading November Wed: Wood music, Kinda Restaurant, leaf waxing, hammocks, war and peace
Full on play in the wood day. Cards, chess, discovering not to include seeds into pumpkin soup. Meet you at Jupiter, where it takes 2 Epics to create a Legend, and where Eagle eyes and Lemons swords were valued by the Evaluator as Ultimate. Fun in hammocks, Eagle Eyes felling a dead ash to create… Continue reading November hammock, restaurant, chess, Ultimate Swords
Welcome to Blake, who'd worked with us before. Along with Meg Magpie, who loved the play and sunlight of the day. T Telescope engaged us with the profound realisation that 'Everything is about value' - he being the adjudicator. Lemon introduced us to graveyards of Zombies. Eagle eyes lounged in a hammock somewhere in the… Continue reading November Wednesday Home Ed
Monday tribe's first day in the woods, meant lots of exploring and creating, both children and adults. One mum said "I think forest school is good for adults too". What amazing families, and gentle calm facilitation by Sheryl.