Making education a lifestyle

Category Scouting

Here you will find all the posts regarding the children’s scout life from beavers up to explorers.

In 2019 Duncan even “went back to scouts” offering them help. He jumped in as soon as his working hours reduced for him to be able to do so. He is now Assistant leader for Warminsters Thursday Scout pack.

Just another Manic Friday?

Today was just another manic Friday, We really were wishing it was Sunday ๐Ÿ˜‚. Emily had Farm School, Jessica had Work and I had to sort all the camping stuff, catch up with washing and the normal “housework” all before… Continue Reading →

Our 30 Days Wild Challenge WK4

Our 30 days wild challenge has started! June is one of our Favourite times of the year, itโ€™s the time the wild awakens and the natural world starts to shine. Birdsongs, Bright green grass, bugs galore there is so much… Continue Reading →

Returning to life but not as we know it

So we are Returning to life, getting well back into life outside the house. Who would have thought I wouldn’t miss the outside world? Returning to life after lockdown. Return to face to face music lessons. Welcoming Back Lysa, Emily’s… Continue Reading →

Lockdown Week 2: We wish you a Happy Isolation Birthday!

We wish you a Happy isolation Birthday Duncan! I wonder how many Birthdays will happen in Lockdown style this year? We considered decorating the dining room as a jail but while I thought it would have been hilarious, the children… Continue Reading →

From Fun packed to mellow in a week

We have had a great Fun packed Week this week. March is always such a great time of year with the starts of new life popping up. Monday 9th: Today for most of it I was at work and Emily… Continue Reading →

London Monopoly Run with the Explorers

Saturday 7th April 2018. The London Monopoly run is an annual event that happens around London. Every participating group has a list of things to find throughout London and they have to do so as quickly as possible. You can… Continue Reading →

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