On March 20th we celebrated Ostara under a super worm moon, in the overgrown walled garden of an 18th Century convent. We went for a walk, listened to bird song, painted eggs, gathered bunches of Daffodils and spring flowers. We built a huge Bonfire with the wood we have been helping to clear from the […]Read More Ostara & Full Moon Celebration For Children.
Fork flowers, a Pinterest favourite discovered by our small people when doing their own research about what ‘school work’ they’d like to do. The children spotted the pictures on Pinterest and before I’d finished my cuppa had whirled around grabbing an old blanket, paper, paints and the most curious collection of kitchen equipment you’ve ever […]Read More Unschool Learning, Fork Paint Flowers.
The healing properties of water have long been recognised by humans since ancient times. During the Iron age in England the waters edge was a magical place, rituals would take place and offerings left at the magical veil between the two worlds of earth and water. Its not hard to see why, water is life. […]Read More Why Wild Swimming is the Best Exercise Ever.