Wild Minds provide relaxed, learner-led sessions that allow children to explore and learn about nature and the world they live in, in a supportive and inclusive way.
Younger children might choose to cook up a storm in the mud kitchen, hunt for minibeasts, create a masterpiece with nature art, meet the trees or build mini shelters for the woodland sprites… learning and developing fine and gross motor skills, social skills and emotional literacy whilst having amazing fun!
Older children may choose to learn new skills – fire lighting, natural art, tool work, bush craft, knots, tree and plant identification, shelter building – join in games, embark on projects, or choose to take time to relax, connect and explore the tree canopy from the ground or anything in between!
Freedom and connection is at the heart of our ethos, and with experienced, passionate, caring staff on hand to support their journeys, your children will flourish during their time in the woods.
Wild Minds can also help you set up your own Forest School with guidance on the activities that can be completed, designing and creating your Forest School area and engaging parents and the community.