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Angus Adventuress Apr 11
Nature's best playground! Getting muddy, playing, making friends and memories! At the end of the day your feet should be dirty, your hair messy, and your eyes sparkling
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James Winkel 4h
Stomping, splashing, slipping, and hopping through & Clyde Woods on a wet holiday morning. Shame about the 5 months' worth of freshly thawed dog shit (loose and bagged) in the EP areas.
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Amy Garcia Apr 13
A morning of bushcraft-Anyone who knows me, knows I’m a big fan of forests school... I believe the benefits are huge for children -Great for confidence, team building, mental wellbeing & learning in a natural environment - NO SCREENS necessary
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Great and Small Forest Education 2h
Fancy becoming a level 3 qualified forest school trainer??? Two new courses coming up including one covering weekend dates! PM or email for more info!
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Ruth McBain Apr 17
Our fire served many purposes today 🔥, from toasting our sarnies to making s’mores & even for decorating some Easter eggs 🥚🌿🌼 using natural dyes! ⁩ ⁦
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Viv Watson Apr 2
Busy days but find myself drifting into thoughts about curriculum design in my spare moments. Anyone doing anything exciting with their outdoor sites? Would love to see the different models out there. Pls rt. Am in Harrogate.
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Jess Nightingale Apr 18
have you seen this?
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White Pine Wilderness Academy 4h
Miss Sarah: "Let's do a quick sit spot." *four minutes later* Student: "I saw FIFTY birds & heard FIFTY sounds & even heard a plant BUSTING open!"
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Friends of Mau Watershed Apr 18
2 raise awareness on the importance of trees and inspire a love 4 nature teaching needs to start at a young age. Pupils learn aspects of tree planting + care, from picking a species to planting it in the ground + everything in between, making it 2nd nature to them.
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Friends of Mau Watershed Apr 18
Planting trees in schools = beautify the area +clean the air + water runoff from the buildings with their roots + enrich the earth =The scenery is an aura of peace which eases souls who watch the birds, insects,+ wildlife dart among the trees.
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We Are Golden Thread Apr 17
Replying to @OSleisure
A little boy in once told me “When the wind blows in my ears, it blows away my problems. Being outside gets rid of ‘stuckness’ and helps you be ‘more cleverer’. “ I was blown away! He was right:
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Christleton Primary Apr 18
First check in for reception in
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dunvantprimary Apr 12
🐯s loved hunting for cheeky chicks in the forest.
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Diane Holland 2h
I find it a little annoying that people keep mentioning a when talking about . i can't really link the two
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Cart Mill Apr 16
As adults we can sometimes forget the pleasure felt of doing something simple like throwing stones into a river
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MissMcCartan Apr 15
Last week nursery visited the forest. We looked for all the signs of Spring, in the world around us. We climbed trees, looked for minibeasts, swung on hammocks and explored a deer skin. We even made bird feeders to feed the forest birds! 🌲 🐦 🌍
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Laburnum Family Learning Centre 24h
The children enjoyed Easter forest school activities yesterday as they explored the wonderful natures of outdoors
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Christleton Primary Apr 18
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Miss Nesbit Apr 3
Today all children enjoyed their last session at . This morning we made our own Owls and in the afternoon we used the saw to cut our own tree cookies to use however we wanted. Thank you so much to Molly for an amazing term!
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Birkheads Wild CIC Apr 18
More pics from Festival of the Outdoors today. So great to see children from 14 different schools coming together in one tribe to create so many wonderful things and just…
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