“Every day is a great day to learn something new”
Learning across generations
Learning different languages - french
Learning technology – computer coding skills for children
Being mindful – toddler yoga
Fun outdoors – our sensory garden and mud kitchen
All our rooms open out onto a large garden area, which includes a mud kitchen.
Outdoor play and experiential learning offers fantastic opportunities and rewards for children and young people. It provides numerous benefits through fun, enjoyment, motivation and personal development. There is no substitute for using our natural senses by smelling, touching and listening to the natural world and wildlife around us.
There is recent research supporting and identifying links between standards of physical health and understanding how to connect and experience the natural environment. There is growing international evidence that natural environments are beneficial for psychological and emotional health. Children who have lots of opportunities for physical play are more likely to stay active and fit in the future.