Go wild in SW London!

Wild Education runs Forest School activities for schools, pre & after-school clubs and school holiday sessions encouraging child led play & learning in a natural environment. We have sessions running in Twickenham, Kew, Sheen Common woods, Barn Elms and Barnes Common

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'Mummy, forest school is even better than Legoland!'
'This is the first club the school has offered that she has shown any interest in, and is loving it'
'Just want to say that O loved Forest School so much, he told me that he wanted to go full time!'
'B really enjoyed Forest School this term. He’d come home and collapse from exhaustion, surely a good sign of a child who had a lot of fun!'
'As a mum of 3 girls it was thrilling to watch my daughters getting all dirty and running in the woods without a glimmer of anything pink and glittery!'
'Thanks Ellie! Forest School has been the highlight of her week'

We can’t enthuse enough about the benefits of getting our young people outdoors; having adventures, taking responsibility, learning how best to take risks, cooperate together, negotiate and compromise while stretching their legs and their imagination!

They will learn to use their initiative, solve problems, learn about and respect their environment and have enormous fun!

To book a session – go to the booking page! Autumn term sessions online now!

‘Hi Ellie. I just want to share a moment with you which I hope makes you smile and be proud of your work. I am sat here in Kew gardens on Strike day and we are at climbers and creepers. P and his friend ran straight to the bushes and picked up sticks and started to build a den each. P put a fireplace in his for marshmallows :-).  They are both ignoring all the climbing frames and focusing on their den building. Thank you for all your work at Forest school it is really making a difference and completely changing play patterns to a more nature based play. Thank you and be proud :-)’