Monday morning magic in the sun - the last of our Family Support sessions - look forward to Monday magic next term.
Tuesday - Holiday club camp fire cooking “When you sit and you council for the welfare of the people,think not of yourself,nor of your family.Make your decisions on behalf of the seventh generation coming.Those faces looking up from the earth,layer upon layer waiting their time.Defend them.Protect them.They are helpless, they are in your hands.That is… Continue reading March Holiday clubs
Monday Brother and sister twins in the woods yesterday. Giving some animals a good wash. A love note was found in the woods from our Monday tribe. Forest School isn’t just for our little ones And we took time for a gratitude circle at the end of the day with our parents and grandparents Tuesday… Continue reading March Mon/Tues/Wed
Monday toddlers and family tribeA few more yummy snaps from today’s Family Session. We rescued meerkats and pandas, invited the frog for tea at the coffee shop, planted pumpkin seeds, met the worms of our wormery, hung about in the yoga sling and shared the sunshine with friends Tuesday Tuesday Tribe March mud magic!!Next week… Continue reading March 15/16/17 – Mud, Meerkats, Magic, chess and chippings
The first week of March, almost exactly one year since lockdown and the arrival of the Coronavirus, schools were permitted to open, and we did. The wood was drying out, although with showers visiting. Primroses, snowdrops, Spurge laurel in flower, and Dogs Mercury promising to return, the ground starts before the sap rises in the… Continue reading March 2020 – We’re back in the woods – March 1-15
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