We are looking to appoint a trainee and part-time educator to join our amazing setting and team.Do you love the outdoors?Are you looking for a different kind of nursery setting?Please call 01509 508 731 for more information, or send your CV to email@example.com.Please share this with anyone you feel may be interested.
We are develop a fantastic new river bed / stone pit in the Owl’s garden.Whilst we have plenty of big rocks, we really need some smaller ones for posting down pipes.If you can spare a half bag of gravel or some small stones, we’d be very grateful for any donations.Thanks in advance for your support!
We are looking for donations of the following …. A spare hoover ….. that works Bamboo canes – to make some insect hotels Shells – for our beach If anyone can help us we would be extremely grateful. Please speak to a staff member. Thank you so much.
Note: This activity needs to have parental supervision at all times.Overnight freeze some ice in your freezer. We chopped some milk bottles up and used the bottom half.Layout your ice chunks, salt, paint and some water (jugs, bottles and pipettes are all better for little hands to control).The salt causes the ice it is in […]
A lovely experience for you to do at home.This activity supports positional schema, creativity and hand eye co-ordination.All you need is salt, small frames, natural objects and leaves.Pour some salt in the frame and lay out the natural objects and leaves for your child to explore. Step back and see what they create!
Lots of parents ask us about toilet training and coming out of nappies.Our advice is ….. do not rush. You can do more harm than good.You need your child on your side. If you become anxious it will make things worse for you both.The following list is a good one to check for signs that your child […]
Working together can enhance a child’s progress and resilience at Forest School. We would like to share the following tips and information with our Parents so that we are both working together. Robins begin their off-site adventures and our owls become competent Forest Schoolers. Tips: Remind children to always be where you can see them. […]