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Little Forest Folk Wandsworth Open Day
We are very excited to announce we will be opening our Wandsworth Little Forest Folk this year. We’d love to invite you to our first Open Day on Friday 26th February 2016 to tell you all about it.
From 10am to 4pm our fabulous Wandsworth team will be available at the Naturescope centre on the common (next door to the Skylark cafe, just off Dorlcote Road) to tell you more about Little Forest Folk.
Our team of staff, managed by the energetic Lil Hansen along with our founder Leanna Barrett will look forward to meeting with all of our potential new families. Please come along to learn more about our concept, have a tour of our facilities, view our equipment and menus, meet our special team and understand why your children will utterly love to join us in our adventures.
Feel free to pop along at any time to join us as we will be there all day, however we will be holding information sessions at 10.30am, 11.30am, 12.30pm, 2.30pm & 3.30pm. To guarantee a place at an information session, you are welcome to book your family in, however we will do our best on the day to accommodate as many drop in families as we can fit into the centre.
On the day we shall be using the Naturescope garden area to give you a taste of the unique approach to play and learning that we offer in our predominantly forest based setting. You will have a chance to take a look at our equipment, chat to our staff about our concept and give your children a sense of how much fun we have at Little Forest Folk!
To book in for any of the information sessions or to enquire about our waiting list, please use our online form
We look forward to seeing you then.
Little Forest Folk
Back to the gloves. Back to the hats. Back to a cool wind nipping at our fingers and noses.
“As soon as I saw you, I knew an adventure was about to happen.” Winnie the Pooh
This week has seen diversity run through all aspects of the children’s days at Little Forest Folk.
Easter has been and gone but the lingering memory of the delicious eggs and the extra long weekend hung in the children’s minds.
As the educators walked into Fulham Palace early on Tuesday morning we were greeted by the roar of one of the children excited to have returned to our forest after the Easter break.
After a long weekend of family fun and chocolate delights, our children hopped back into the forest with tales of egg hunts, roast dinners and treats left by the Easter bunny.
The Forest Folk went to the woods,
And the weather they found, it was good,
So they played through the day,
In a messy, muddy way,
And went home for dinner and puds!
It’s been lovely to have had a number of our holiday campers return for a week two, while others have joined us for the first time.
Frogs croak, rain soak.
Chicks peep, crickets leap.
Bees hum, robin come.
Birds sing. It’s spring!
As I stood amongst the trees, the ‘Forest Folk’ as they are most commonly known, scampered and played around me.