Joanna teaches us on Tuesdays.
A nature connection group for 9-14 year olds.
This group meets from 9.30 - 2.30 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays in the woodland at Acorns. Taught by inspiring art of mentoring (Jon Young) tutors and staff specialised in natural history/forest school skills. The group spends it’s time studying nature through observation and exploration, developing a connection to nature, learning bush-crafts and arts and crafts. Wednesday has more of a crafts focus where each week the children will make something to bring home.
There is often a focus to the term such as birds, sensory exploration, tracking or the sun etc.
Each day is different in Heartwood but a typical rhythm of the day may look like this:
At 9.30am we arrive, greet each other and hold morning circle; this is a really important part of our day as it allows us to 'check in' and share with each other before our busy day begins.
Around 9.45 - 10.30 we take part in energising games to get our bodies moving and our minds thinking.
From 10.30 - 11 we have a break time.
After break time until lunch time we explore and study the nature that surrounds us.
12 - 1pm is lunch time.
After lunch we spend time in our 'sit spot' and share together.
From around 1.30-2.30 we take part in craft and construction before our day end and parents collect us.
Rhythm of the Day for Heartwood
People who work with Heartwood
Sharona supports us when needed.
Sam teaches us on Thursdays.
Rich teaches us on Wednesdays.
Sarah often supports our group.