I'd like to say that I'd spent hours refining my banana bread recipe but the truth is, it's the campfire that works its magic and does so on every recipe I've tried. Read on for a basic recipe and the all-important campfire method.
Dream catchers are always a favourite with both children and adults alike. Their colourful web and woodland decorations never fail to make the forest school area look lovely and their creation can lead to deep imaginative play, storytelling and interesting conversations.
I feel very lucky that I have had this opportunity to start something so magical and feel a strong sense of pride when I speak about my career, this was not the case before I studied my Forest School Leadership.
It's a bumper year for elderflower this year. The frothy flowers are everywhere and the scent is incredible. Use this simple recipe if you’d like to have a go at making some home-made fizz.
My Great Auntie Joan used to make elderflower champagne when we were kids and I always looked forward to a glass in her small wood-and-glass lean-to as the early summer sunshine peeped through the geraniums. She swore blind that it wasn’t alcoholic but I’d beg to differ. It was divine.
Reminiscent of a sweet pickled onion followed by a wild garlic thwack. Pick the buds when they’re fat and just about to burst. They make a glorious thunking noise as you pick them.
The first blog in a new series called My Forest School Journey comes from our very own founder, Jackie Roby. Find out how and why she created Go Wild and find out more about her.
These tempting treats are synonymous with Christmas in our house. They are never made at any other time of the year and, to our family, they are more festive than mince pies (and disappear in half the time).
Jackie shows you how to make a simple bird feeder using an apple and a butter knife.