Another great day in the woods. Thank goodness we have such a wet climate – what would we do without so much mud to play in?? When we weren’t stomping in the mud we were looking out for leaves to see what different shapes, sizes and colours we could find. We found some lovely purple flowers and some toadstools too.
We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded £10,000 from the National Lottery Community Fund to begin the development of our new nursery in the woods. This award will allow us to complete a feasibility study and formalise our plans. It’s the first step but its a big one!! Gillies Hill here we come!!
We are delighted to say that our service will re-open following our lengthy enforced closure due to COVID-19.
We are looking forward to seeing our returners back and also to meeting all of our new children from Wednesday August 12th.
We will be operating a staggered start and have enhanced hygiene measures in place to ensure that the risk of spreading infection remains as low as possible.
If you have not received information on your start date and time please let us know
We have limited spaces available for new children, please get in touch for more information.
“our entire education system … is steeped in a stance of objectifying and quantifying children. It teaches them to live from the outside in, to view themselves through the gaze of others, to allow themselves to be quantified and diminished by those who have the power”
Gala day will be different this year but it will still be gala day – join in the celebrations!
Have you spotted any elder trees recently – they have beautiful flowers. What do you think they smell like?
I saw some dragonflies in my pond yesterday and decided I wanted to learn some more about them. This is what I found out.