Join in with The Wildlife Trusts #30DaysWild and challenge yourself to do something wild every day this June. Here are some of my favourite ‘rewilding’ experiences to help you explore and reconnect with the wild places of the New Forest. And your local wild space – whether it’s an allotment or back garden – can … More A Walk in the Wild
Knowing that it’s January- cold wet and dark- can make many of us throw out the idea of outdoor learning, before we have really weighted up the risks and benefits. Yet, on the journey to work or school, we are mesmerised by the beauty of a frosty morning, or the reflection of huge puddles water … More Whatever the weather.
This challenge requires skill, fitness, speed and bravery…… and a fearless leap over a pit of crocodiles! (ahem…. Especially imported invisible ones that won’t affect the ecology of the New Forest- we promise!). Despite knowing that when exploring the woods “simple is best”, it’s still surprising just how many parents were more worried than their … More “Jump like you’ve never jumped before!”
Just another walk in the woods, or wild learning? Many of the school visits we have led this term have included time to enjoy the forest in a more relaxed way. It makes it difficult to believe that we’ve worked with over 2300 students and pupils since Easter.