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September Saplings dates and Free Taster

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Saplings for September 2016

We are very pleased to announce our new Saplings course dates for the Autumn term, and a FREE Taster session in Brighton. 

Saplings is our fun, Forest School - inspired nature group for pre-school children and their parents. The sessions are run weekly at three locations in Brighton and Bristol, and are inspired by the Forest School ethos and principles.

If your child is interested in nature, getting muddy and being in the great outdoors, this is for them!

Topics this term will include: Spiders and webs, Hibernation, Fire lighting, Autumn leaves and colours, Minibeasts and of course MUD!

Do you want to know a bit more about Saplings before you book? Come to our FREE Taster session on Thurs 8th Sept from 10:30 - 11:30am at St Ann's Well Gardens. Ths is a great opportunity to try some of the activities, meet our instructors and  meet some of the other Saplings families. To book your place contact us here

Saplings course information:

All courses will run for 6 weeks and cost £42 for the course (£7/week).
Timing: 10am  - 11:15am

BRIGHTON

St Ann's Well Gardens - Monday 12th Sept to 17th Oct
Preston Park - Tuesday 13th Sept to 18th October
Queens Park - Thursday 15th Sept to 20th October

BRISTOL

St Andrew's Park - Thursday 15th Sept - 20th Oct

Victoria Park - Friday 16th Sept - 21st Oct

Visit our booking page HERE to book your place

REVIEWS:

Want to know what it's all about before you book? You can read reviews from some of our Saplings parents here:

Our Seaside Baby - "It's lovely to see the children amongst nature, making discoveries, talking to each other and being so enthusiastic about their little task."  Read the full review here

Mad About The Boys - "Each week we would start the class with a welcome song and Sammy the squirrel saying hello to the kids, then move on to a game of 1-2-3 where are you?  It always cracks me up that kids hide behind a slither of a tree and think that they are hidden!" Read the full review here

Bishopston Mum - "The theme of the week was Garden Birds and children spent the session enjoying all kinds of bird-related activities...including a little hunt around the park for little furry birds hidden in the trees and bushes. Children discovered robins, black birds, blue tits and more and were especially delighted to discover that each bird would sing when gently squeezed!" Read the full review here
 

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