Bush School brings in Artisan Wednesdays

Published by: Samantha Levy | 5-Feb-2024
Walk The Land - A place where children have the spaciousness to find their own rhythms and learning dynamics
Venue: Address to be Disclosed Upon Ticket Purchase
Address: Private Property, Healesville
Date: Wednesdays in Term 1
Time: 9 - 12pm
Ticket: $70/day or $600/term
Buy / Ticket: https://valleywildlings.com.au/book-in
Web: www.valleywildlings.com.au
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EMail: valleywildlings@gmail.com
Call: 0478509996
Bush School brings in Artisan Wednesdays
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Walk The Land is a bush school program running over the past 3 years.

We are opening Artisan Wildling Wednesdays - a new day to invite children wanting to learn old-timer crafts from natural building to woodwork and basket weaving skills.

We are blessed with so many fine creative artisans in the area who love to share their practices and we now have the space to share these.

The program is called Walk The Land and is run on a private property in Healesville. The program is an independently-run natureplay where children have the opportunity to feel a sense of belonging with the natural world from an early age. We foster young minds and bodies on this Land where children have the spaciousness to find their own rhythms and learning dynamics. To meet with other children in a pressure-off context to find regulation in their nervous systems.

We feel these values are essential and will set them up for a confident life. We welcome the opportunity for children to feel the freedom of their own explorations of self-discovery and curiosity while being supported and guided in their arising creative interests. We are very blessed to have our location nestled amongst beautiful eucalyptus and varying landscapes of flora in the Valley, a short distance from Healesville town centre.

The website where you can find out more about our programs is valleywildlings.com.au

Walk The Land is looking for PhD students who are wishing to research the benefits of outdoor education and the healthy impact it has on the growth and development of children's minds, bodies and nervous systems when they follow and learn from the cyclical seasons; observing the flora and fauna that adapt day after day, year after year.

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